Put Headlines About BP Effects of Acetaminophen in Perspective

Recent evidence will stir up questions about whether acetaminophen is safe to use in patients with hypertension.

We know NSAIDs are linked to increased BP...and their labels warn about CV risk.

Now evidence suggests oral acetaminophen may increase systolic BP by about 5 mm Hg versus placebo...similar to NSAIDs.

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