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Evidence-Based Hypertension (Evidence-Based Medicine)

by Cynthia Mulrow

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  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Wiley-Blackwell .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cardiovascular medicine,
  • Hypertensive Diseases,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Cardiology,
  • Medical / Cardiology,
  • Diagnosis

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10593036M
    ISBN 100727914383
    ISBN 109780727914385

    Evidence-based management of hypertension. [Matthew R Weir] -- The treatment of hypertension is now evolving into a decision-making process of ever greater complexity. Not only has the range of drugs available increased but so too has our knowledge of the.   Guidelines make recommendations for rescreening intervals, but none are evidence-based. We found that estimates of incident hypertension at annual intervals up to 6 years were highly variable. Qualitative analysis identified a trend toward lower estimates and less variability in studies that required confirmation (for example, by repeated.

    BACKGROUND. Hypertension is the leading preventable contributor to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, affecting 1 billion people and linked to more than 9 million deaths globally (World Health Organization [WHO], ).Low‐ and middle‐income countries (LMICs) have increasing rates of hypertension, with a prevalence of more than 30% in some urban settings (WHO, ).   Evidence-based practice (EBP) improves the quality of patient care and helps control healthcare costs. Numerous EBP models exist to assist nurses and other healthcare providers to integrate best evidence into clinical practice. The Iowa Model of Evidence-Based Practice to Promote Quality Care is one model that should be considered.

    The first section of the book discusses evidence-based medicine methodology in the context of the two specialties. The second and third sections cover all the major conditions in obstetrics and gynecology, with each chapter reviewing the best available evidence for management of the particular condition.   Director, Center for Transdisciplinary Evidence‐based Practice, Clinical Associate Professor, The Ohio State University College of Nursing, Columbus, OH, USA Search for more papers by this author First published: 13 January


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Evidence-Based Hypertension is useful to practitioners who desire an authoritative and comprehensive cover-to-cover read to revise and update a vital topic in primary care practice.

Because the book is clearly organised, it is useful as a quick resource to answer immediate practice-based questions as they : Daniel M Panisko. The Handbook of Hypertension is a comprehensive review of the evidence base for hypertension and associated disease, providing tables, figures, charts, and summaries of principal findings from clinical studies on hypertension – putting vital information within reach of.

The book Evidence-Based Hypertension, edited by Cynthia D Mulrow, can be purchased through the BMJ Bookshop ().Cited by:   Includes evidence-based treatment algorithms based on the recently updated ACCP Guidelines for Medical Treatment; Aimed at specialists in pulmonology and cardiovascular disease, this volume provides the clinician with the most up to date.

The book Evidence-Based Hypertension, edited by Cynthia D Mulrow, can be purchased through the BMJ Bookshop (kshop. com). The book Evidence-Based Hypertension, edited by Cynthia D Mulrow, can be purchased through the BMJ Bookshop ().

Footnotes Funding: None. Access evidence-based guidelines for managing high blood pressure in adults, developed by the Eighth Joint National Committee (JNC-8) and endorsed by the AAFP.

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Create # BMJ Books\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. This is a textbook for clinicians on managing hypertension. The book summarizes all research evidence that clinicians need to care for hypertensive patients.

It also interprets the data to make it meaningful and advises readers about the quality of the evidence supporting the findings. Hypertension is to times more common in patients with diabetes than without diabetes,10 and more so in females than males For example, about 40% of individuals between ages 25 to 65 already have high blood pressure (BP) at the time of diagnosis of diabetes This figure increases further with age.4,11 Coexistence of hypertension.

patients can be tracked and managed, the systematic use of evidence-based hypertension treatment protocols, and the use of direct care staff to facilitate patient self-management.

This package also includes case studies showing how physicians have used systematic team-based approaches, along with. Evidence-based Management of Hypertension provides answers to these and many other questions, as the authors present an expert analysis of the available evidence and offer authoritative recommendations for treatment planning.

Written by a wide-range of experts in the field, Hypertension in High Risk African Americans: Current Concepts, Evidence-based Therapeutics and Future Considerations is a valuable resource for clinicians, researchers, health administrators and public health policy leaders to better understand the best practices and unique aspects of risk Manufacturer: Humana.

This is a practice-oriented textbook for primary care clinicians on managing hypertension. The book summarizes all available research evidence that clinicians need to care for hypertensive patients. It also interprets the data to make it meaningful and useful and that advises readers about the quality and quantity of the evidence supporting the findings.

Some of the main Author: Cynthia Mulrow. The book will also include evidence-based treatment algorithms based on the update of the ACCP Guidelines for Medical Treatment of Pulmonary Hypertension. Aimed at specialists in pulmonary and cardiovascular disease, this volume provides the clinician with the most up to date information on the effective management of pulmonary : $   “Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: Diagnosis and Evidence-Based Treatment” by Robyn Barst This book was written by specialists for both pulmonary and cardiovascular problems and is an amalgamation of different treatments and up-to-date information on PAH management.

“ Living with Pulmonary Hypertension “ by Jeannette Morrill. According to the book of “Evidence-based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach EBM” written by Dr. Sackett, one of the pioneers in EBM, EBM makes the explicit, judicious, and conscientious use of the best evidence in making decisions for preventing diseases, promoting the recovery and improving life quality.

Title: Hypertension in the Elderly: An Evidence-based Review VOLUME: 17 ISSUE: 28 Author(s):A. Virdis, R. M. Bruno, M. Fritsch Neves, G. Bernini, S. Taddei and L.Description. Fully updated from cover to cover, incorporating over new studies on the evidence-based approach to diagnosis, the 4th Edition of Evidence-Based Physical Diagnosis remains your go-to resource for guidance on interpreting physical signs, enabling you to determine the most appropriate physical finding to confirm a diagnosis.

Highlights: Overall concepts of evidence-based hypertension are described in a reader-friendly format. Summary bottom lines at the end of each chapter give quick and handy answers to common questions arising in the daily care of patients with by: 1.