Second study investigates two-arm blood pressure difference

44 per cent of patients being treated for high blood pressure and who took part in the study either suffered vascular disease or died over a 10-year period
In January a research team from the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry reported the first systematic review of findings related to the risk factors associated with a difference in blood pressure between arms.
The first study, which was published in The Lancet, suggested that a difference of more than 10mmHg or 15mmHg in systolic blood pressure (the