Device-Guided Breathing to Lower Blood Pressure: Case Report and Clinical Overview

William J. Elliott, MD, PhD; Joseph L. Izzo, Jr, MD

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Routine use of a device to guide slow breathing significantly lowers office BP without adverse effects. This modality may be a useful adjunct to current antihypertensive medications and to nonpharmacologic interventions in achieving better BP control.


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