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Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring: Overview, Risk Factors, Diagnosis | National Heart Centre Singapore

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - What it is

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring is a test where your blood pressure and heart rate are taken at a fixed time interval for 24 hours while you continue with your daily activities. 

It is particularly useful for patients with high blood pressure as it helps your doctor determine if your blood pressure medications are effective. It is also used to monitor borderline hypertension, young hypertension and poor blood pressure control. This 24-hour monitoring allows the doctor to study the variations of your blood pressure throughout the day.

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - Symptoms

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - How to prevent?

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - Causes and Risk Factors

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - Diagnosis

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - Treatments

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - Preparing for surgery

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - Post-surgery care

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