Hypertension and Diabetes mellitus

For patients with hypertension and diabetes mellitus, blood pressure control is particularly important,    as the kidney is doubly vulnerable to both diseases. Therefore, in addition to blood glucose control, regular blood pressure checks should also be conducted. The aim of blood pressure treatment in diabetic patients is a resting opportunity blood pressure of 135/85mmHg and less.
Opportunity blood pressure refers to blood pressure measurements at any time of day. Patients with diabetes should measure their blood pressure regularly themselves. If blood sugar and blood     pressure are normal, the diabetic can achieve the quality of life of people with a healthy metabolism.

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