Monitoring Stroke Risk

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Strokes, sometimes referred to as brain attacks, cause fear for many because they happen quickly and require immediate medical treatment. A stroke is caused by a sudden interruption in blood supply to the brain, which can happen for a variety of reasons.

Nearly 800,000 strokes occur in America each year—about 200,000 in patients who've already had one. 1

Clinical studies show that one of the best ways to reduce the probability of having both an initial and repeat stroke is by taking control of your blood pressure. Virtual check-ins with DailyDoctor can help you monitor your blood pressure and keep it within recommended goals.

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Two Types Of Strokes

Most strokes are caused by an abrupt blockage of the arteries that lead to your brain, which are called ischemic strokes. A second type of stroke is a hemorrhagic stroke, which is caused when a blood vessel bursts and bleeds into your brain tissue.

Clinical studies show that increased blood pressure control can reduce the risk of a 1st stroke by 46%—and a repeat stroke by over 22%. 2-3

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DailyDoctor Will Send You Everything You Need to Get Started

Once you're signed up with DailyDoctor, we'll mail you a remote monitoring kit with everything you need to complete your daily check-ins.

Inside the kit, you'll find:

  • Full details of your daily program
  • Blood pressure monitor that will automatically transmit your blood pressure to your medical team for review.

You can let us know if you prefer to communicate by web, text (SMS), or phone call each day.

What to Expect from Daily Check-Ins

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  • Each morning, you'll measure your blood pressure and heart rate. Your information is then wirelessly transmitted to us.

  • A DailyDoctor physician will review your information and reach out the same day if they need to adjust your treatments or recommend additional medical care.

If we don't hear from you, a DailyDoctor care coordinator will remind you to check in.

Take Better Care of You

A chronic condition doesn't have to define your life. See if daily health monitoring can make the difference you're looking for.

  • Gaciong Z, Siński M, Lewandowski J. Blood pressure control and primary prevention of stroke: summary of the recent clinical trial data and meta-analyses. Curr Hypertens Rep. 2013 Dec;15(6):559-74.
  • Kitagawa K, Yamamoto Y, Arima H, et al. Effect of Standard vs Intensive Blood Pressure Control on the Risk of Recurrent Stroke: A Randomized Clinical Trial and Meta-analysis. JAMA Neurol. 2019;76(11):1309–1318