The purpose of this structured literature analysis is to review the relationship of blood pressure self-monitoring and hypertension control. Blood pressure self-monitoring can help reduce the high blood pressure burden among people with hypertension, minimize the risk of heart disease and related complications. Self-care is an important component in managing chronic illness. Self- monitoring of blood pressure may allow people with hypertension to be concerned about their long-term health. Furthermore, blood pressure self-monitoring may lead to lifestyle modification behaviors and adherence to treatment. The positive relationship of blood pressure self- monitoring and hypertension control may help people to understand the effectiveness of blood pressure self-monitoring in the long-term management of hypertension. This paper utilized the electronic database to search for literature. This structured literature analysis helped with providing information on how close blood pressure self-monitoring assist people with hypertension and health care providers in managing hypertension concomitantly.
Donald J. Ebel
Diane E. Witt
Date of Degree
Master of Science (MS)
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Mishra, D. (2019). The relationship of blood pressure self-monitoring and hypertension control [Master’s alternative plan paper, Minnesota State University, Mankato]. Cornerstone: A Collection of Scholarly and Creative Works for Minnesota State University, Mankato. https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/etds/920/
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