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Presenter: Dr. Mike Allan Dr. Scott Garrison James McCormack BSc (Pharm) Pharm D

In episode 462, James and Mike invite Scott Garrison to talk about some important nuances around guideline recommendations and how low we should lower systolic blood pressure. We look in detail at the SPRINT trial and then come up with a reasonable (in our minds) approach to what thresholds we should use. At the conclusion…

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Presenter(s):

Dr. Mike Allan Dr. Scott Garrison James McCormack BSc (Pharm) Pharm D

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Presenter(s):

  • Dr. Mike Allan
  • Dr. Scott Garrison
  • James McCormack BSc (Pharm) Pharm D

Spearkers do not have any conflicts of interest to declare.

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