A study in Diabetes Care found that mean systolic blood pressure was 120.7 mmHg for adults with prediabetes and 121.8 mmHg for those with normoglycemia one year after receiving intensive systolic BP treatment, compared with 136.2 mmHg for those with prediabetes and 136.2 mmHg among those with normoglycemia in the standard systolic BP treatment group. The randomized trial included 9,361 adults with a mean age of 67.9.
Systolic BP treatment similar with prediabetes, normoglycemia
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