April 11, 2021. 12:00 - 12:45 (CEST)
Cardiologists, internists, general practitioners, endocrinologists
ESH-ISH ON AIR
1 in 4 people with normal blood pressure readings in the morning has nocturnal hypertension1. Patients at risk for nocturnal hypertension include those with: sleep apnea, stress autonomic dystonia, heart failure, treatment-resistant hypertension, kidney failure, diabetes2.
View OMRON Healthcare mini-symposium to learn more about the importance of identifying nocturnal hypertension and its consequences for patients at risk.
Prof. Dr. G. ParatiWatch Now
Prof. Dr. Med. B. Sanner, Agaplesion Bethesda Hospital, Wuppertal, GermanyWatch Now
Prof. Dr. F.P. Cappuccio, Warwick, Coventry, United KingdomWatch Now
Prof. Dr. D. Schoors, Brussels, BelgiumWatch Now
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