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Association Between Blood Pressure Responses to the Cold Pressor Test and Dietary Sodium Intervention in a Chinese Population

Association Between Blood Pressure Responses to the Cold Pressor Test and Dietary Sodium... ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION Association Between Blood Pressure Responses to the Cold Pressor Test and Dietary Sodium Intervention in a Chinese Population Jing Chen, MD, MSc; Dongfeng Gu, MD, MSc; Cashell E. Jaquish, PhD; Chung-Shiuan Chen, MS; D. C. Rao, PhD; Depei Liu, PhD; James E. Hixson, PhD; L. Lee Hamm, MD; C. Charles Gu, PhD; Paul K. Whelton, MD, MSc; Jiang He, MD, PhD; for the GenSalt Collaborative Research Group Background: Blood pressure (BP) responses to the cold lowest quartile of BP response to the CPT (quartile 1), sys- pressor test (CPT) and to dietary sodium intake might tolic BP changes (95% confidence intervals) for the quar- be related to the risk of hypertension. We examined the tiles 2, 3, and 4 were −2.02 (−2.87 to −1.16) mm Hg, −3.17 association between BP responses to the CPT and to di- (−4.05 to −2.28) mm Hg, and −5.98 (−6.89 to −5.08) etary sodium and potassium interventions. mm Hg, respectively, during the low-sodium interven- tion. Corresponding systolic BP changes during the high- Methods: The CPT and dietary intervention were con- sodium intervention were 0.40 (−0.36 to 1.16) mm Hg, ducted among 1906 study participants in rural China. The 0.44 (−0.35 to 1.22) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Association Between Blood Pressure Responses to the Cold Pressor Test and Dietary Sodium Intervention in a Chinese Population

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2008 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6106
eISSN
2168-6114
DOI
10.1001/archinte.168.16.1740
pmid
18779460
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ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION Association Between Blood Pressure Responses to the Cold Pressor Test and Dietary Sodium Intervention in a Chinese Population Jing Chen, MD, MSc; Dongfeng Gu, MD, MSc; Cashell E. Jaquish, PhD; Chung-Shiuan Chen, MS; D. C. Rao, PhD; Depei Liu, PhD; James E. Hixson, PhD; L. Lee Hamm, MD; C. Charles Gu, PhD; Paul K. Whelton, MD, MSc; Jiang He, MD, PhD; for the GenSalt Collaborative Research Group Background: Blood pressure (BP) responses to the cold lowest quartile of BP response to the CPT (quartile 1), sys- pressor test (CPT) and to dietary sodium intake might tolic BP changes (95% confidence intervals) for the quar- be related to the risk of hypertension. We examined the tiles 2, 3, and 4 were −2.02 (−2.87 to −1.16) mm Hg, −3.17 association between BP responses to the CPT and to di- (−4.05 to −2.28) mm Hg, and −5.98 (−6.89 to −5.08) etary sodium and potassium interventions. mm Hg, respectively, during the low-sodium interven- tion. Corresponding systolic BP changes during the high- Methods: The CPT and dietary intervention were con- sodium intervention were 0.40 (−0.36 to 1.16) mm Hg, ducted among 1906 study participants in rural China. The 0.44 (−0.35 to 1.22)

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JAMA Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 8, 2008

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