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SHARE Program Launched to Address the Challenges of Achieving Blood Pressure Goal
Date:5/15/2009

program is an excellent example of what can be done, as an interactive internet approach, to better understand how physicians implement guidelines in clinical practice, and how they manage their "challenging" patients according to several variables, including age, specialty, and economic aspects in their country. The results of this survey should help us to better focus our training programs and recommendations on the most effective ways to improve cardiovascular disease prevention."

SHARE will deliver the information needed to address the challenges of getting to blood pressure goal, so that simple effective solutions can be defined to help the majority of these Challenging Patients reach recommended blood pressure goals and avoid the devastating effects of hypertension driven cardiovascular disease.

World Hypertension Day provides a perfect platform to release details of SHARE because this day crystallizes the efforts in driving awareness of hypertension and highlights the challenges of blood pressure reduction and the harsh consequences of suboptimal control.

Background to SHARE

A White Paper published in the Journal of Hypertension(4) identified a number of challenges that prohibit hypertensive patients from achieving blood pressure goal; the net result being that physicians struggle to control blood pressure in > two thirds of hypertensive patients in Europe(5). Many physicians settle for close to goal as an acceptable compromise with Challenging Patients, but studies have demonstrated that close to goal is not enough as patients are still exposed to increased risk of hypertension induced disability and death(6).

The SHARE Program

To address the challenges of achieving blood pressure goal, programs of activities throughout 2009 and 2010 have been developed to encourage the SHARE(ing) of best practice in hypertension. These activities will provide an are
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SOURCE DAIICHI SANKYO EUROPE GmbH and SHARE
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