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Hypertension in diabetics

 

 

 

Hypertension in diabetics.

 

Hypertension is more common in diabetics than non diabetics.

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It is present in more than 50% of diabetics and may or may not be accompanied by renal (kidney) damage.

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It is a major risk factor for the development of macro/micro vascular disease in diabetics.

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Increased cardiovascular risk has been demonstrated in adult diabetic subject with pressure slightly greater than 130/80.

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Isolated systolic hypertension is more common in a diabetic than in a non diabetic and is a risk factor for macro vascular disease.

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In diabetics, the high blood pressure may be due to secondary causes which must be carefully considered and ruled out.

 

 

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