Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: High blood pressure in the doctor's office, but not at home

When blood pressure is normal measured at home but high when taken at the doctor's office, that indicates "white-coat hypertension." Undergoing 24-hour blood pressure monitoring may help make a correct diagnosis.

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