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Unraveling the Silent Killer: Understanding Blood Pressure Variability

Unraveling the Silent Killer: Understanding Blood Pressure Variability

4 mins read

Welcome to Prime Diagnostic Centre’s blog, your premier destination for insights into cardiovascular health. Today, we’re diving into a crucial topic that often flies under the radar: blood pressure variability (BPV). Join us as we explore the significance of BPV, its causes, assessment methods, and management strategies, with expert guidance from Dr. U P Singh in our featured video presentation.

Exploring BPV

Blood pressure variability refers to the fluctuations in blood pressure readings over time. While BPV may seem innocuous, it can have profound implications for cardiovascular health, serving as a silent killer that often goes underreported and underestimated. Understanding the nuances of BPV is essential for effective management and prevention of cardiovascular events.

Insights from Dr. U P Singh

In our featured video presentation on Echo Singh by Dr. U P Singh, we delve into the intricacies of BPV. Dr. Singh discusses the significance of BPV, its underlying causes, methods for assessing BPV, and future directions in management. Watch the video on YouTube.

Managing BPV

Managing BPV requires a multifaceted approach, including lifestyle modifications and, in some cases, pharmacological interventions. Dr. Singh explores clinically important case studies, such as nocturnal risers, morning surge, and postprandial hypotension, offering valuable insights into their management strategies and the role of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM).

Blood pressure variability is a silent killer that warrants attention in the realm of cardiovascular health. Through education and awareness, we can empower individuals to take proactive steps towards managing BPV and reducing the risk of cardiovascular events. Trust Prime Diagnostic Centre to provide comprehensive care and guidance for your cardiovascular health needs.


This information is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment. It is aimed at presenting a perspective only and is not a substitute for a prescription. Anyone experiencing a medical condition should consult their doctor.