If you have recently been diagnosed with hypertension or high blood pressure, you have a long road ahead of you. Keeping track and managing your blood pressure levels will be challenging. It is very likely that your primary care physician will need to make frequent adjustments to your medications. Of course, it will be up to you to follow the physician’s orders to a tee and keep track of your measurements routinely.
Once your starting exhibiting signs of high blood pressure, your physician will recommend you to take measurements 2 to 3 times a day. You will need to do this over a 10-14 day period, before you return to the physician’s office. Tracking your blood pressure will be difficult, if not impossible without the proper equipment. A blood log and digital blood pressure cuff will be the only equipment that you need. The readymade log contains important details that are categorized to make the process easier, but you may want to include a section for side effects, signs, and symptoms.
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Once you customize the B/P log, you can calculate how many copies you need. You will need for your own records and one for your physician, so you may want to print out several sheets. If your physician feels that you need a prescription blood pressure medication to control your levels, you will have to continue tracking your measurements.
Blood pressure chart log