Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is often treated with medication, but two new devices from 'PhysioCue' have the potential to aid in these treatments and reduce patients' reliance on expensive drugs. The two gadgets have been clinically proven to complement medication therapies for people with later stage hypertension or even to serve as an early deterrent for pre-hypertensive and Stage I hypertensive patients.
PhysioCue's hypertension therapy device uses a patented micro-vibrating cold-tip to help treat high blood pressure. The process is entirely non-invasive; patients simply apply the device to the side of their necks for five minutes per day. Not only do both devices provide this treatment, but the second device also measures blood pressure and provides a reading through the accompanying mobile app. The app records and analyses blood pressure over time, giving patients data on a more frequent basis than when having to schedule an appointment with the doctor.
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The 'PhysioCue' Devices Reduce Hypertension and Blood Pressure
- By: Joey HaarApr 23, 2018