Guidelines and Resources
Current Guidelines for High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
JNC 7: The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on the Prevention, Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure
This report focuses on practical applications of the new evidence, including a revised treatment algorithm, drug tables and convenient references.
This publication focuses on the new evidence including a revised treatment algorithm, drug tables and the science and significance of the new recommendations.
This reference card includes at-a-glance versions of essential JNC 7 evaluation changes, new treatment algorithm and compelling indications for individual drug classes.
This publication provides a comprehensive review on the latest scientific evidence regarding high blood pressure in children, along with recommendations for diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of hypertension.
This brochure provides guidance on measuring blood pressure in children ages 3 to 17, as well as interpreting and classifying results. Separate Systolic Blood Pressure Percentile Tables are presented for girls and boys by age and height.
Current Guidelines for Cholesterol
ATP III: Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults
This publication for health professionals summarizes recommendations derived from the evidence-based full clinical guidelines. Key tables and figures from the full report are included for easy reference.
This publication represents an update on recommendations for clinical management of high blood cholesterol and related abnormalities.
This health professional reference outlines cholesterol management in a sequence of easy-to-follow steps.
This document reviews the results of the five (5) major clinical trials of Statin therapy and assesses their implications for cholesterol management.
Clinical Guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Women
The recommendations herein are designed to assist health-care providers in optimizing CVD preventive care for all women age 20 years and older.
Resources for Your Patients
This brochure is designed to help your patient adopt a healthier lifestyle and remember to take prescribed blood pressure-lowering drugs.
This publication tells about how to follow the DASH eating plan and reduce the amount of sodium to manage and control high blood pressure. It offers tips on how to start and stay on the eating plan, as well as a week of menus and some recipes.