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Clinical research summary into how home monitoring can help blood pressure levels

Study: The British Medical Journal — “Self monitoring of blood pressure at home” Published Oct 2004.

Kellie’s summary: Dr. Stergiou from the Hypertension Center, Sotiria Hospital, Greece found monitoring blood pressure at home improves control of hypertension. The research also found self monitoring of blood pressure improved patient compliance to treatment and long term follow up which is important for improving control of high blood pressure.

Click here to read the study’s report

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About Kellie

Kellie is 37 years old and together with her brother Steve makes up the My Health Software team.

She helps on the websites and gathering news for the programs. Kellie worked in the medical industry prior to having her two children (8 and 6) and has a strong interest in self awareness and management of health conditions.


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