Upper normal blood pressure in men 'raises AF risk'
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is more likely to occur among middle-aged men with a diastolic blood pressure of just 80 mm Hg or higher, a new study suggests.
Get unlimited access
As a subscriber you will benefit from:
- Full online and mobile access to news and opinion stories
- Customised email alerts straight to your inbox (30+ alerts available)
- 4,500 practice articles in our archive
- Over £500 worth of CPD learning units