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Objective. To investigate the impact and cost‐effectiveness of carotid ultrasonographic examination on total risk stratification in low–medium risk hypertensive patients in relation to age (<50 and ⩾50 years) and gender. Methods . Five hundred and eighty untreated hypertensives classified...
The persistence of the antihypertensive effect of perindopril 2 mg+indapamide 0.625 mg once daily for up to 72 h was evaluated using the “missed‐dose” technique. After 4 weeks on perindopril 2 mg+indapamide 0.625 mg, 79 of 216 hypertensive patients at goal (diastolic blood pressure <85...
Background . The aim of our study was to assess the relationship between blood pressure and arterial stiffness in Polish centenarians. Materials and methods . We examined 59 centenarians with the mean age of 101.3 years. Peripheral blood pressure was estimated upon mean value of three...
The relative accuracy of office, home and ambulatory blood pressure (BP) measurements has not been established in patients with metabolic syndrome (MS+). We set out to compare BP values obtained using different measurement modalities and their relationship to MS intensity in hypertensive...
The heart adapts to increased pressure overload by hypertrophic growth of terminally differentiated cardiomyocytes. At the genetic level, the hypertrophic response is characterized by the reprogramming of gene expression, i.e. upregulation of immediate early genes, natriuretic peptide genes and...
Isolated systolic hypertension (ISH) is a major risk factor for cardiovascular complications. Nevertheless, data on the prevalence in a representative population do not seem to be available. The prevalence of ISH and the white coat effect was thus studied in a cross‐sectional survey of 2806...
The RIAHD (Risk factor Identification and Assessment in Hypertension and Diabetes) study was conducted as a non‐interventional study in 699 patients with hypertension without additional risk factors (low‐risk) or with additional risk factors (high‐risk), primarily diabetes and/or...
Background . ADVANCE is a major international trial assessing the effects of routine compared with more intensive blood pressure lowering and intensive glucose control on macrovascular and microvascular outcomes, among high‐risk individuals with type 2 diabetes. We describe the experience of...
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