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Treating hypertension reduces CV risks in diabetes care

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZTqm1uPV1KLMSUP0weLYpzz.z1.JWW3l9K52p0q89NonOLBHjYP42yI2im.NB4nQGGGk7Sw_FMmty7ekgEW7BzAnB.jztX4hnTUKWXZrvY1BIt6C1eZ.oAXlRx6wa9JY2CHbC75GQihFYYe4.uWTxiWKDVITQA9DmdjcIA.nD9fAyIyeW.iL3ftDOyQX6Gzxg5kaygWKxSKA01osOfuPWSYlj3FqgFOKio-Treating hypertension reduces CV risks in diabetes care Treating hypertension reduces CV risks in diabetes care Cardiology. People with diabetes have elevated risks for CVD and events, and these risks are compounded by hypertension, a common comorbidity. In 2017, the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association released hypertension guidelines recommending different BP targets. Cardiology Today spoke with cardiologist Keith C.