- Kikikipa Kretzer
Am J Nurse Pract 2011 Nov;15(11-12):48-52
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Beth-El College of Nursing & Health Sciences and a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Iowa College of Nursing.
Traditional approaches used to manage the complexities of hypertension (HTN) have achieved modest success. Most persons with HTN in the United States have blood pressure that is uncontrolled or inadequately controlled on medications, or they are unaware that they even have HTN. Because so many US adults with uncontrolled HTN are at risk for developing heart disease and stroke, an innovative therapeutic approach is needed. Read More