Study Title and Description
Effect of self-monitoring and medication self-titration on systolic blood pressure in hypertensive patients at high risk of cardiovascular disease: the TASMIN-SR randomized clinical trial.
Key Questions Addressed
|16||Hypertension Guiding Question 1. Which specific consumer automated-entry PGHD applications/technologies/devices have been studied for measurement of health outcomes? What studies are in progress of consumer PGHD devices?|
|17||Hypertension Guiding Question 2. What are the characteristics (e.g., interoperability, functions, acceptability/usability, sustainability, feasibility, fidelity, or integration into electronic health records) of these specific consumer automated-entry PGHD technologies?|
|18||Hypertension Guiding Question 3. What is the influence of specific consumer automated-entry PGHD technologies on health outcomes? Does this vary across different patient populations, different settings, or other modifiers of effectiveness?|
|19||Hypertension Guiding Question 4. What are the harms or adverse events associated with these specific consumer automated-entry PGHD technologies? Which patients in which settings are most at risk of harms?|
|20||Hypertension Guiding Question 5. For the technologies demonstrating associations with outcomes of interest, what full economic evaluations provide information on the relative value for consumers?|
Primary Publication Information
|Title||Effect of self-monitoring and medication self-titration on systolic blood pressure in hypertensive patients at high risk of cardiovascular disease: the TASMIN-SR randomized clinical trial.|
|Author||McManus RJ., Mant J., Haque MS., Bray EP., Bryan S., Greenfield SM., Jones MI., Jowett S., Little P., Penaloza C., Schwartz C., Shackleford H., Shovelton C., Varghese J., Williams B., Hobbs FD., Gooding T., Morrey I., Fisher C., Buckley D.|
|Country||National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.|
Pubmed ID: 25157723
Secondary Publication Information
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Extraction Form: Hypertension
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Results & Comparisons
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