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[访谈录] 2015-11-16&11-18 美研究证实服用药物降低血压有助于防治心脏病

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[访谈录] 2015-11-16&11-18 美研究证实服用药物降低血压有助于防治心脏病

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 New Study Shows Importance of Lowering Blood Pressure


ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser explains the measures you can take to keep your blood pressure in check.


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homework---An important study on blood pressure can save lives affecting at least 17 million Americans. ABC's doctor W. is here and these are dramatic cliding W. Really dramatic. It's the big question for people with high blood pressures always being if you're gonna treated, how low do you go? An so for people who at high risk for heart disease that target will always 140 or 150 for that top number. What they want these heals what happens if you bring all the way down to 120? So the research did the study have the people they want for the current target of 140 and half done the 120. They study 9000 people. There they are all over 50, no diabetes and there are all risk for high, for heart disease. They had to stop the study early, because there was a 25% reduction. The bad outcomes like heart attack, stroke or death from heart disease. Lowering by 20 pints. Medication that was led to bad reduction, side effects. You know when you talk about medication, so it's the 20 point different worse the side effect. Well, there was a treat off. So to get it down that low on average people had been on three medications. To get it to the 140 level it was two medications. And that was a slight increasing ER visit for number of things. For a low blood pressure, for fainting, dose was no difference and faults and for a kidney...So what's the bitter of treat of there? So what are your recommendations?  Well there are 17 million people who may benefit from that. That's a lot of people should talk to their doctor to receive the benefits out way the risk. But there are so many things that people can do to bring down their blood pressure with medication. So maintaining their weight, regular physical activity, making sure they're getting good sleep, keeping the salt out with those process food, those tings could take care of some of this or make it easier to take control. All of these and encouraging. All right, W. Thank you very much and doctor B will be taking your questions toward the morning. You can twitter him or Doctor B. will post your questions on GMA's facebook page.
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[Homework]2015-11-16&11-18 美研究证实服用药物降低血压有助于防治心脏病

An important new study on blood pressure that can save lives affecting at least 17 million Americans. ABC's Doctor W. pressfor is here and these are dramatic finding to reach.

Really dramatic.


It's the big question for people with high blood pressures always being if you're gonna treated, how low do you go? And so for people who at high risk for heart disease the target will always 140 or 150 for that top number.


What they want to see here what happens if you bring that all the way down to 120? So the researcher did the study have the people they want for the current target of 140 and half done the 120. They study 9000 people. There they are all over 50, no diabetes and there are all risk for high, for heart disease.


They had to stop the study early, because there was a 25% reduction in bad outcomes like heart attack, stroke or death from heart disease.


Lowering by 20 pints. Medication that was led to that reduction, side effects. You know when you talk about medication, so it's the 20 point different worse the side effects.


Well, there was a treat off. So to get it down that low on average people had been on three medications. To get it to the 140 level it was two medications. And that was a slight increasing ER visit for number of things. For a low blood pressure, for fainting, dose was no difference  in faults and for a kidney injury.


So what's the best of treat off there?


So what are your recommendations?  
Well there are 17 million people who may benefit from that. That's a lot of people should talk to their doctor to receive the benefits out way the risk. But there are so many things that people can do to bring down their blood pressure without medication. So maintaining their weight, regular physical activity, making sure they're getting good sleep, keeping the salt out with those process foods, those tings could take care of some of this or make it easier to control.


All of these and encouraging. All right, W. Thank you very much and doctor B will be taking your questions Do well the morning. You can twitter him or Doctor B. will post your questions on GMA's facebook page.                                                   

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An important new study on blood pressure that can save lives affecting at least 17 million Americans. ABC's Dr. Richard Besser is here and these are dramatic findings, Rich.

Really dramatic. The big question for people with high blood pressure has always been if you are gonna treat it, how low do you go? And so for people who are at high risk for heart disease, the target was 140 or 150 for that top number. What they wanted to see here is what happens if you bring that all the way down to 120. So the researchers did a study. Half the people they went for the current target of 140, and half down to 120. They studied 9,000 people. They were there all over 50, no diabetes and they were all at high risk for heart disease. They had to stop the study early because there was a 25% reduction in bad outcomes like heart attack, stroke or deaths from heart disease.

Lowering it by 20 points, medication is what led to that reduction?

Exactly.

Side effects, you know, when you talk about medication, so is the 20-point difference worth the side effects?

Well, there was a trade-off. So to get it down that low on average people had to be on three medications. To get it to the 140 level it was two medications and there was a slight increase in E.R. visits for a number of things: for low blood pressure, for fainting though there was no difference in falls and for kidney injuries. So there was a bit of a trade-off there.

So what are your recommendations?

Well, there are 17 million people who may benefit from that. That’s a lot of people should talk to their doctor to see if the benefits outweigh the risks. But there are so many things that people can do to bring down their blood pressure without medication -- so maintaining their weight, regular physical activity, making sure they're getting good sleep, keeping the salt out with those processed foods. Those things could take care of some of this or make it easier to control.

All of this is encouraging. All right, Rich, thank you very much. And Dr. Besser will be taking your questions throughout the morning. You can tweet him @DrRichardBesser or post your questions on GMA’s Facebook page.
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