Hypertension – Indian Guidelines IV Recommendations – Part I

Hypertension is a major contributor to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in India and worldwide. Evidence reveals that both the incidence and prevalence of HT is increasing, even in young population. Overall, about 33% urban and 25% rural Indians suffer from high blood pressure (BP). However, only 25% of the rural patients and about 42% of urban Indians are aware of their hypertensive status. Please share your insights on the risk factors and the recommendations of Indian guidelines for hypertension.......

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Nicely elaborated the latest guidelines for hypertensive indians This will help longway in practice how to approach the hypertension Thanx curofy

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What I would like to know more about from hypertension is whether salt actually causes your blood pressure to rise because in recent times, there is a lot of contention regarding this. There has been no specific amount of salt intake which has ever been suggested as this amount should be the maximum intake for patients. For sugar , the maximum intake is 5 mg per day, any more than that and it will cause problems.

अति महत्वपूर्ण जानकारी हेतु आभार व्यक्त करता हूं।

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