Pracha Eamranond, MD, MPH

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Brigham And Women's Hospital, Francis Street, Boston, MA, USA

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Dr. Pracha Eamranond has been a chief medical officer in small and large healthcare organizations focusing on patient experience and education. He currently teaches at Harvard Medical School and cares for patients with complex medical and psychosocial issues at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Education

  • Fellowship: Harvard Medical School Faculty Development and General Internal Medicine Fellowship

  • MPH: Harvard School of Public Health

  • Residency: Yale New Haven Hospital

  • MD: Vanderbilt School of Medicine

  • BA: Johns Hopkins University

  • Masters in Strategic Management: Harvard University Extension

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Digital Health

  • Medical Education

  • Population Health

  • Strategic Management

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Hypertension – White Coat Hypertension

White coat hypertension is elevated blood pressure in patients who have high blood pressure at the doctor’s office or in a clinical setting, while they have normal blood pressure at home or in a non...

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Hypertension – Follow-Up

Following up with your doctor on your blood pressure depends on several issues. This includes how high your blood pressure is, how quickly you’re able to make changes according to your doctor’s management plan, health...

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Hypertension – The “Silent Killer”

If you’ve ever heard the phrase “silent killer,” most likely it’s referring to high blood pressure. Just like the phrase suggests, high blood pressure can be deadly and you can start to feel the effects...

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Hypertension – Symptoms

What are the symptoms of high blood pressure? When we think about symptoms of a disease, our bodies usually warn us when something is wrong, but it’s a different story with high blood pressure. While...

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Hypertension – Stages

What are the stages of hypertension? Hypertension is generally categorized by stage. Stage one hypertension is a more mild disease in which systolic blood pressure of 130 to 139 millimeters of mercury or a diastolic...

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Hypertension – Types

Hypertension or high blood pressure is generally categorized as primary or secondary hypertension. Primary hypertension, also called essential hypertension, is high blood pressure without any identifiable cause. Yes, that’s right. We don’t know the exact...

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Hypertension – Risk Factors

What are the causes of high blood pressure? Many times there is not a known direct cause of high blood pressure. Blood pressure can certainly go higher as a result of contributing risk factors. Smoking,...

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Hypertension – Overview

What is hypertension? Hypertension or high blood pressure is a very common condition that occurs when your blood pressure is consistently higher than normal. Blood pressure is the force of your blood pushing against the...

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Hypertension – Treatment Goals

The main goal is to get your blood pressure at below 120 over 80, or as close to possible to the normal range considering other health factors. With a balanced diet, exercise, and, if needed,...

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Hypertension – Prevention

The best way to maintain a normal blood pressure is to start with your diet and physical exercise. Reducing salt intake, for example, less than five grams per day, will reduce your risk of getting...

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