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Micardis(R) - MicardisPlus(R) - Hypertonie (38 Abbildungen)
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Zum ersten Bild Abb. 4: Hypertonie - Pathophysiologie Abb. 5: Hypertonie - Klassifikation Abb. 6: Hypertonie - Prävalenz Aktuelles Bild - Abb. 7: Blutdruckmessung Abb. 8: Blutdruckmessung Abb. 9: Morgendlicher Blutdruckanstieg Abb. 10: Morgendlicher Blutdruckanstieg Zum letzten Bild
Abbildung 7: Blutdruckmessung
The most accurate method to measure blood pressure in the office is to listen for Korotkoff sounds in the brachial artery as cuff pressure is reduced. A mercury sphygmomanometer is very reliable, although aneroid devices, if regularly maintained, can also provide accurate pressure readings.1 White-coat hypertension is common, and occurs when a patient’s blood pressure increases in the presence of a physician.1 Blood pressure can also be assessed by the patient at home. This avoids the potential for white-coat hypertension, and makes the measure of early morning blood pressure more feasible. HBPM typically uses aneroid or oscillometric devices and may be semi-automated.1 The best technique for measuring blood pressure is to use an ambulatory monitor, which is typically a small, fully automatic device which can be worn on a belt around the waist.1 ABPM allows blood pressure to be measured several times an hour over a 24-h period, and provides an assessment of the patient’s circadian rhythm. 24-h mean blood pressure is typically lower than office blood pressure, partly due to white-coat hypertension in the office but mostly because blood pressure drops at night in most people.1 Pickering TG, et al. Recommendations for blood pressure measurement in humans and experimental animals. Part 1: blood pressure measurement in humans. Hypertension. 2005;45:142–161.
 
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Abbildung 7: Blutdruckmessung
The most accurate method to measure blood pressure in the office is to listen for Korotkoff sounds in the brachial artery as cuff pressure is reduced. A mercury sphygmomanometer is very reliable, although aneroid devices, if regularly maintained, can also provide accurate pressure readings.1 White-coat hypertension is common, and occurs when a patient’s blood pressure increases in the presence of a physician.1 Blood pressure can also be assessed by the patient at home. This avoids the potential for white-coat hypertension, and makes the measure of early morning blood pressure more feasible. HBPM typically uses aneroid or oscillometric devices and may be semi-automated.1 The best technique for measuring blood pressure is to use an ambulatory monitor, which is typically a small, fully automatic device which can be worn on a belt around the waist.1 ABPM allows blood pressure to be measured several times an hour over a 24-h period, and provides an assessment of the patient’s circadian rhythm. 24-h mean blood pressure is typically lower than office blood pressure, partly due to white-coat hypertension in the office but mostly because blood pressure drops at night in most people.1 Pickering TG, et al. Recommendations for blood pressure measurement in humans and experimental animals. Part 1: blood pressure measurement in humans. Hypertension. 2005;45:142–161.
 
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