My Blood Pressure is What???

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Thanks so much for reading our publication. We hope you find it informative and useful. Happy charting and may the data always support your position.


Dr. Bill McNeese
BPI Consulting, LLC

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Comments (3)

  • Randy Craig March 31, 2015 Reply

    I am doing exactly the same re BP! After my last doctor visit the end of February, I have start recording my BP on an XmR chart. I have reduced my BP med. (Lisinopril) from 10 to 5 mg/day and we are watching the results. The reason for the reduction was the result of a "lower" reading in the doctors office!! So far, the Sys. readings look about the same, but the Dia. readings are a little higher. I will continue to monitor and keep  doctor informed. Plan to bring charts and data to next office visit.

  • Srinivasan RApril 1, 2015 Reply

    This is a very useful & vital

  • Eric NelsonApril 2, 2015 Reply

    Bill, this is awesome! I’ve done a much less thorough job tracking my BP using SPC too. How cool! Thanks,

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