Increases in Systolic BP Linked with Increased Risk Factors for ASCVD

Increases in systolic blood pressure north of 90 mm Hg were associated with increased prevalence of traditional cardiovascular risk factors, even in patients without atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD). The authors, according to their paper, sought to examine the association of systolic blood pressure levels with coronary artery calcium and ASCVD in those without hypertension or … Continue reading Increases in Systolic BP Linked with Increased Risk Factors for ASCVD