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Old 12-14-2016, 06:30 PM   #1
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Isolated diastolic hypertension

Does anyone have any insight on isolated diastolic HTN? I read a few articles on the web about it, but it seems inconclusive about the utility of treating vs not treating IDH. I know the current JNC8 guidelines only recomend treating BP when it's over 140/90 in people under 60; obviously some practitioners are more aggressive but it doesn't address IDH directly.

in this scenario, Consider regular weight training and cardio, No AAS or obesity with no other underlying medical issues.

Is this some sort of phenomenon seen in trained athletes?
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Old 12-15-2016, 03:30 PM   #2
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Does anyone have any insight on isolated diastolic HTN? I read a few articles on the web about it, but it seems inconclusive about the utility of treating vs not treating IDH. I know the current JNC8 guidelines only recomend treating BP when it's over 140/90 in people under 60; obviously some practitioners are more aggressive but it doesn't address IDH directly.

in this scenario, Consider regular weight training and cardio, No AAS or obesity with no other underlying medical issues.

Is this some sort of phenomenon seen in trained athletes?

I haven't seen a patient with IDH and the athletes I have seen with HTN have elevated SBP and DBP.

IDH is not commonly seen in trained athletes. Apparently its common in younger men who are overweight/obese.
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Jeffro,

How high is your systolic BP?

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/1...3.02840.x/full

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Jeffro,

How high is your systolic BP?

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/1...3.02840.x/full

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That was one of the articles I looked at actually.

Systolic BP is always 120 (+/- 5 mm/Hg). I just don't understand why diastolic would increase indelendantly of systolic.
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That was one of the articles I looked at actually.

Systolic BP is always 120 (+/- 5 mm/Hg). I just don't understand why diastolic would increase indelendantly of systolic.
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In younger persons diastolic pressure is the one that usually elevates first.
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