LESS aggressive BP goals in some diabetes patients

You'll see LESS aggressive BP goals in some diabetes patients.

For over a decade, the blood pressure goal in diabetes patients has been less than 130/80...instead of less than 140/90 mmHg.

There's good evidence that a DIASTOLIC BP less than 80 mmHg improves cardiovascular outcomes in diabetes patients.

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