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This research is being done to determine how home blood pressure monitoring, using a commercially available blood pressure monitor with the capability of transmitting readings to stroke doctors can help manage blood pressure in the optimal range after a stroke. High blood pressure is the leading risk factor for stroke. It is important to control high blood pressure after a stroke to prevent another one from happening. We will use the Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor for daily blood pressure measurements.

Tracking of blood pressure measurements will be done via iPod Touch equipped with internet connectivity. We hope to learn if this method of managing blood pressure is more effective than the standard way of having patients visit primary care physicians (the control group for this study). We will also get feedback from participants who will receive the Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor about the ease of use and overall satisfaction with this blood pressure device. People 18-100 years old who have had a stroke in the past 6 months may join. You will be excluded from the study if you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant in the near future.


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NCT number NCT03517709
Study type Interventional
Source Johns Hopkins University
Contact Jiaying Zhang, MD
Phone 410-614-2381
Email jz@jhmi.edu
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date December 20, 2016
Completion date January 1, 2019

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