1 Hypertension 2017 Putting the Guidelines into Practice Andy Ignaszewski MD FRCPC UBC/PHC Cardiology
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3 Evidence-BasedAnnual Guidelines Canada has the world s highest reported national blood pressure control rates Hypertension Canada is known as the most credible source for evidence-based hypertension guidelines, with annual updates, a well-validated review process and effective dissemination and implementation techniques across Canada
4 Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to: Apply appropriate methods for making a diagnosis of hypertension Implement evidence-based threshold and target BPs Integrate new guidelines for hypertension management including: Use of longer-acting over shorter-acting diuretics Use of single pill combinations as a first-line treatment
5 Hypertension 2017 What s new? Longer acting (thiazide-like) diuretics are preferred vs. shorter acting (thiazides) Single pill combinations as a first line treatment (regardless of the extent of BP elevation)
6 Hypertension 2017 What s still important? The diagnosis of hypertension should be based on out-of-office measurements; in the office, use automated office BP monitoring (AOBP) The threshold and target blood pressures are lower in those at greater risk
7 Case 1. Office vs. Out-of-Office BP Measurements in the DIAGNOSIS of Hypertension: Which One to Believe? 57-year-old account executive presents for BP follow-up visit Elevated BP identified 2 months ago during annual exam Interim BPs taken at local pharmacies have all been normal Normal hematology, biochemistry, renal function and electrolytes Normal EKG with no evidence of LVH Office BP using auscultatory wall-mounted mercury sphygmomanometer: 152/102 mmhg How would you explain this observation?
8 Hypertension Diagnostic Algorithm 1. Out of office assessment is the preferred means of hypertension Dx 2. Measurement using electronic (oscillometric) upper arm devices is preferred over auscultation ABPM = ambulatory blood pressure measurement AOBP = automated office blood pressure
9 Out-of-Office Assessment is the Preferred Meansof Diagnosing Hypertension Clinic BP as alternate method AOBP = automated office blood pressure OBPM = office BP measurement ABPM = ambulatory BP measurement HBPM = home BP measurement
10 Out-of-Office BP Measurements Out-of-office measurement identifies white coat hypertension and masked hypertension ABPM has better predictive ability than OBPM and is the recommended out-of-office measurement method HBPM has better predictive ability than OBPM and is recommended if ABPM is not tolerated, not readily available or due to patient preference ABPM = ambulatory blood pressure measurement HBPM = home BP measurement OBPM = office BP measurement
11 Out-of-Office BP Measurements are More HighlyCorrelated With BP-Related Risk LVH Albumin excretion ratio SBP OBP HBPM ABPM SBP DBP OBP HBPM ABPM DBP Indexes of hypertensive target organ damage Indexes of hypertensive target organ damage Mulè G, et al. J Cardiovasc Risk 2002;9:123-9.
12 White Coat and Masked Hypertension 200 Derived from Pickering TG, et al. Hypertension 2002:40: Ambulatory BP mmhg MASKED HYPERTENSION NORMOTENSION TRUE HYPERTENSION WHITE COAT HYPERTENSION Manual Office BP mmhg Derived from Pickering TG, et al. Hypertension 2002:40:795-6.
13 The Prognosis of White Coat and Masked Hypertension CV events per 1000 patient-year CV Events Normal White coat Uncontrolled Masked Okhubo T, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 2005;46;508-15
14 Automated Office BP Measurement Preferred Automated office blood pressure (AOBP) is the preferred method of performing in-office BP measurement Automated Office (unattended, AOBP) Oscillometric (electronic)
15 Automated Office BP Measurement More closely approximates ABPM than routine office BPs (mitigates white coat effect) 1-3 Is more predictive of end organ damage (LVMI, proteinuria and cimt), similar to ABPM 4-6 ABPM = ambulatory blood pressure measurement LVMI = left ventricular mass index cimt = carotid intima media thickness 1. Beckett L, et al. BMC Cardiovasc Disord 2005;5:18; 2. Myers MG, et al. J Hypertens 2009;27:280-6; 3. Myers MG, et al. BMJ 2011;342;d286;4. Campbell NRC, et al. J Hum Hypertens 2007;21:588-90; 5. Andreadis EA, et al. Am J Hypertens 2011;24:661-6; 6. Andreadis EA, et al. Am J Hypertens 2012;25:
16 Reflection Case 1 What device do you currently use in the office to measure BP? What do you tell patients about home BP assessment?
17 Hypertension 2017 What s still important? The diagnosis of hypertension should be based on out-of-office measurements; in the office, use automatic office BP monitoring (AOBP) The threshold and target blood pressures are lower in those at greater risk
18 Case 2. BP Control: A Moving Target? Jim is 76 years old, recent MI 2 years ago Comes to the office for hypertension follow-up, no residual angina Hypertension known for the last 20 years with BP ~135/80 mmhg average at home Rx: amlodipine 5 mg qd, olmesartan 20 mg qd, hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg qd, bisoprolol 5 mg qd for hypertension Normal cardiovascular exam today, office BP 135/80 mmhg Normal hematology, LDL-C at target, creatinine and electrolytes within normal limits EKG with anterior infarct, no LVH, normal LV function on echo What should be his BP target?
19 Usual Office BP Threshold Values for Initiation of Pharmacological Treatment Population SBP DBP High Risk (SPRINT population) # 130 NA Diabetes Moderate * Low risk (no TOD or CV risk factors) AOBP = automated office blood pressure TOD = target organdamage SBP = systolic blood pressure DBP = diastolic blood pressure # Based on AOBP *AOBP threshold ³ 135/85 mmhg
20 Recommended Office BP Treatment Targets Treatment consists of health behaviour ± pharmacological management Population SBP DBP High Risk # < 120 NA Diabetes < 130 < 80 All others* < 140 < 90 # Based on AOBP *AOBP threshold ³ 135/85 mmhg
21 New Guideline Post-SPRINT For high-risk patients, aged 50 years, with systolic BP levels 130 mm Hg, intensive management to target a systolic BP 120 mm Hg should be considered Intensive management should be guided by automated office BP measurements Patient selection for intensive management is recommended and caution should be taken in certain high-risk groups
22 New Thresholds/Targets for the High-Risk Patient Post-SPRINT: Who does this apply to? Clinical or sub-clinical cardiovascular disease OR Chronic kidney disease (non-diabetic nephropathy, proteinuria <1 g/d, * estimated glomerular filtration rate ml/min/1.73m 2 ) OR Estimated 10-year global cardiovascular risk 15% OR Age 75 years There was an increased risk of renal deterioration, potassium abnormalities and hypotension with intensified therapy Patients with one or more clinical indications should consent to intensive management * Four variable MDRD equation Framingham Risk Score, D'Agastino, Circulation 2008
23 New Thresholds/Targets for the High-Risk Patient Post-SPRINT: Who does this NOT apply to? Limited or No Evidence: Heart failure (EF <35%) or recent MI (within last 3 months) Indication for, but not currently receiving, a beta-blocker Institutionalized elderly Inconclusive Evidence: Diabetes mellitus Prior stroke egfr < 20 ml/min/1.73m 2 Contraindications: Patient unwilling or unable to adhere to multiple medications Standing SBP <110 mmhg Inability to measure SBP accurately Known secondary cause(s) of hypertension
24 Reflection Case 2 Do you document BP targets on the patient's chart/emr? How do you communicate BP targets to your patient?
25 Hypertension 2017 What s new? Longer acting (thiazide-like) diuretics are preferred vs. shorter acting (thiazides) Single pill combinations should be used as a first line treatment (regardless of the extent of BP elevation)
26 Case 3. Diuretics for Hypertension: A Fluid Situation? Matthew, a smoker, 53 years of age, is director of finances at your hospital A diagnosis of stage 1 HTN was made at his annual medical exam 2 years ago He lost 15 pounds, walks to work everyday, but is unable to stop smoking HbA1c and lipids are normal No signs or symptoms of target organ damage His initial Rx was hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg qd but with home BP readings averaging 154/90 mmhg in the AM before meds and 132/84 in the PM You consider other options: leave things as they are? add another drug?
27 Longer-acting Diuretics Should be Preferred (i.e., thiazide-like are preferred to thiazides) Longer-acting (thiazide-like): chlorthalidone, indapamide Shorter-acting (thiazides): hydrochlorothiazide
29 Chlorthalidone More Effective Than Hydrochlorothiazide in BP Reduction 0 Ambulatory SBP Ambulatory DBP Mean change from baseline at week P< P=0.007 HCTZ (n=18) Chlorthalidone (n=16) Kruskal-Wallis test used with Dunn s test for multiple comparisons; comparison between baseline and Wilcoxon signed rank test results. Mean 24h SBP was significantly lower for the chlorthalidone group than for the HCTZ group at week 4 ( vs mmhg, respectively, P=0.019) and week 12 ( vs mmhg, respectively, P=0.013). Intent-to-treat population. Pareek AK, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 2016;67(4):379-89
30 Summary: Longer-Acting Diuretics Preferred Longer-acting (thiazide-like) diuretics appear more effective at reducing CV events and SBP & DBP than shorter-acting (thiazide) diuretics
31 Reflection Case 3 In patients who are currently taking a short-acting diuretic and have good blood pressure control, should you change their therapy? How are you determining what constitutes good blood pressure control?
32 Hypertension 2017 What s new? Longer acting (thiazide-like) diuretics are preferred vs. shorter acting (thiazide) Single pill combinations should be used as a first line treatment (regardless of the extent of BP elevation)
33 Case 4. Lightening the Load in the Management of the Patient with Multiple Risk Factors Wally is a 59-year-old who has a remote history of prediabetes, mild hypertension and dyslipidemia. You haven t seen him for 3 years he says I just got tired of taking all those pills. Motivated by his family (older sib just had an MI), Wally presents for reassessment of his CV risks, with these results: BP 146/92, HbA1c = 6.8%, LDL = 3.9. As you consider his antihypertensive therapy, Wally says wistfully Bet you re gonna load me up with pills again What antihypertensive therapy would you consider for this patient?
34 First Line Recommendations Circa TARGET < 140 mmhg systolic AND < 90 mmhg diastolic Health behaviour management Thiazide diuretic ACEi ARB Long-acting CCB Betablocker* A combination of 2 first line drugs may be considered as initial therapy if the blood pressure is 20 mmhg systolic or 10 mmhg diastolic above target *Not indicated as first line therapy for patients over 60 yrs.
35 First Line Treatment of Adults with Systolic/Diastolic Hypertension Without Other Compelling Indications TARGET <135/85 mmhg (automated measurement method) INITIAL TREATMENT Health behaviour management Thiazide/ thiazide-like* ACEI ARB Long-acting CCB Betablocker Single pill combination ** * Longer-acting (thiazide-like) diuretics are preferred over shorter-acting (thiazide) diuretics BBs are not indicated as first line therapy for age 60 and above Renin angiotensin system (RAS) inhibitors are contraindicated in pregnancy and caution is required in prescribing to women of child bearing potential **Recommended SPC choices are those in which an ACE-I is combined with a CCB, an ARB with a CCB, or an ACE-I or ARB with a diuretic
36 Advantages of Single Pill Combinations (SPCs) SPC therapy is associated with better adherence vs. free combinations 1 A regimen featuring initial prescription of SPC leads to better BP control 2 Initial combination therapy is associated with risk of CV events than monotherapy 3,4 1. Sherrill B, et al. J Clin Hypertens 2011;13: ; 2. Feldman RD, et al. Hypertension 2009;53:646-53; 3. Corrao G, et al. Hypertension 2011;58:566-72; 4. Gradman AH, et al. Hypertension 2013;61(2):
37 SPC Combining an ACEI/ARB With CCB/Diuretic as First Line Rx 2 key studies establishing the utility of SPCs as first line: HOPE-3. N Engl J Med 2016;374(21): Pivotal study demonstrating the superiority of an SPC (ARB/diuretic) vs. Placebo ACCOMPLISH. N Engl J Med 2008;359(23): Demonstration of efficacy of ACEI/CCB SPC vs. active control
38 Reflection Case 4 Will you start patients with newly diagnosed mild hypertension on single pill combination therapy? What are the barriers to prescribing SPCs?
39 Hypertension 2017 What s new? Longer-acting (thiazide-like) diuretics are preferred vs. shorter-acting (thiazides) Single pill combinations as a first line treatment (regardless of the extent of BP elevation)
40 Hypertension 2017 What s still important? The diagnosis of hypertension should be based on out-of-office measurements; in the office, use automated office BP measurement (AOBP) The threshold and target blood pressures are lower in those at greater risk
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