Put Headlines About BP Effects of Acetaminophen in Perspective

Recent evidence will stir up questions about whether acetaminophen is still the go-to for patients with hypertension.

We know NSAIDs are linked to increased BP...and their labels warn about CV risk.

Now evidence suggests acetaminophen may increase systolic BP by about 5 mm Hg versus placebo...similar to NSAIDs.

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