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Isolated clinical hypertension diagnosis: self-home BP, ambulatory BP monitoring, or both simultaneously?
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PMID:  21183853     Owner:  NLM     Status:  In-Process    
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OBJECTIVE: To describe baseline cardiovascular risk of patients with hypertension and with ICH according to SBPM and daytime ABPM.
METHODS: Six hundred and sixty-four newly diagnosed and never treated patients with hypertension and with an average age of 59.3 years (standard deviation=12.0) were included (52% men) in this study. Clinical data, analytical data with urinary albumin excretion rate, estimated glomerular filtration rate, retinography, SBPM, and ABPM were performed. Cardiovascular risk was estimated from the European Society of Hypertension and Systemic Coronary Risk Evaluation tables.
RESULTS: ICH prevalence varies according to the ambulatory measurement technique used: SBPM=24.2%, daytime ABPM=8.1, and 5.2% if criteria are required from both techniques. In the 403 patients with hypertension and who had SBPM and ABPM, the percentage of patients with high or very high baseline cardiovascular risk, falls progressively from 31.2% of patients with sustained hypertension to 20.0% of patients with ICH measured using SBPM, to 15.1% of patients with ICH measured using ABPM-day and to 9.5% of patients who present ICH using both techniques (P<0.005 for trend).
CONCLUSION: The baseline results show that patients with hypertension and with ICH using SBPM and daytime ABPM are those who have a lower baseline cardiovascular risk and allow ICH to be defined on the basis of normal ambulatory readings using both techniques.
Authors:
Gabriel Coll de Tuero; Joan Bayó Llibre; Antonio Rodriguez Poncelas; Carme Roca Saumell; Marc Saez; Quintí Foguet Boreu; Narcís Salleres Marcó; Antoni Dalfó Baqué; M Rosa Senán Sanz; Mireia Ventura Fontanet;
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Publication Detail:
Type:  Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't    
Journal Detail:
Title:  Blood pressure monitoring     Volume:  16     ISSN:  1473-5725     ISO Abbreviation:  Blood Press Monit     Publication Date:  2011 Feb 
Date Detail:
Created Date:  2011-01-13     Completed Date:  -     Revised Date:  -    
Medline Journal Info:
Nlm Unique ID:  9606438     Medline TA:  Blood Press Monit     Country:  England    
Other Details:
Languages:  eng     Pagination:  11-5     Citation Subset:  IM    
Affiliation:
Research Unit, Healthcare Institute, Department of Medical Sciences, CIBERESP, University of Girona, C/Jardins de Can Cendra s/n, Anglès, Girona, Spain. gcolld@meditex.es
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Antonio Rodríguez / ; Anna Tura Suñer / ; Manuel Roman Pomares / ; Gemma Caparrós / ; Elena Amorós Guillen / ; Maria Santmartin / ; Carme Comalada / ; Cati Farriol / ; Eugènia Díaz / ; Ma Jesus Gelado / ; Artemi Rosell Ferrer / ; Julio Gil Rubio / ; Pere Peya Fusellas / ; Irene Peré Solavilla / ; Javier Campos Vidal / ; Roser Garriga Costa / ; Marta Quirch Nuñez / ; Angels Sieira Ribot / ; Pilar Franco Comet / ; Dolors Boixes Saña / ; Pilar Font Roure / ; Margarita Puigvert Vilalta / ; Joaquim Franquesa Salvador / ; Dolor Boix Pujol / ; Marta Beltran / ; Pau Montoya Montse Pomés / ; Lluís Cabarrocas / ; Mercè Ribot / ; Marta Marichal / ; Helena Navarro / ; Helena Gil / ; José Paredes / ; Elena Gómez / ; Antonio Ubieto / ; Rafael Gil / ; Elizabeth Pineda / ; Tamara García / ; Helena Badia / ; Mila del Pozo / ; Jordi March / ; Narcís Salleras / ; Júlia Massana / ; Emili Mas / ; Concepció Ribot / ; Esther Vilert / ; Ferran Gavilan / ; Clara Carrasco / ; Montse Verdaguer / ; Nacho Pascual / ; Gregorio Bueno / ; Pere Carreras / ; Lluís Martinez Via / ; Judit Noguera Suquet / ; Ferran Vaquero Belmonte / ; José Vallejo Gracia / ; Ramon Tarrés Gimferrer / ; Teia Marsillach Daunis / ; Jero Dorado Diaz / ; Joan Pagès Pérez / ; Pere Sors Cuffi / ; Marc Pérez / ; Ferran Gil-Vernet / ; Jordi Taberner / ; Mercè Algans / ; Emili Marco / ; Carme Rigau / ; Lluis Vicens / ; Josep Ma Pagés / ; Begoña Santana / ; Teresa Surroca / ; Silvia Saura / ; Dioni Barragan / ; Emilia Rustullet / ; Artur Marques Vidal / ; Miquel Quesada Sabaté / ; Carmen Jimenez Ruiz / ; Mónica Ibañez Masferrer / ; Helena Comas Soler / ; Núria Pagés Cadena / ; Ma Àngels Cornet i Farerons / ; Victòria Sala Fita / ; Josep M Garrido Martin / ; Montse Torra Pla / ; Marta Cortés López / ; Pilar Solà Bohigas / ; Josep Lluís Abad / ; Teresa Areny / ; Francesc Xavier Cano / ; Consuelo Cantalapiedra / ; Florencio Cardosa / ; Esther Casajuana / ; Isabel Fernández / ; Carlos Gonzalvo / ; Josep Manel Grau / ; Ma Carmen Igualada / ; Concepción López / ; Salud López / ; Casimira Medrano / ; Ma Rosa Senán / ; Ildefons Sancho / ; Mireia Ventura / ; José Ignacio Aoiz / ; Isabel Arias / ; Marta Buela / ; Josefina Filomena / ; Sarai de la Fuente / ; Francisco Javier Alfaro / ; Laura Haro / ; Fernando Martín / ; Eva Matinero / ; Elena Mellado / ; Itsaso Mendizábal / ; Verónica Moldón / ; Melania Priego / ; Ricard Riel / ; Carme Roca / ; Núria Sellarés / ; Nieves Vizcay / ; Gloria Camacho / ; Mònica Espelt / ; M E García / ; Jordi López Solana / ; Esther Montero / ; Anna Urpí / ; Rosa Fernández / ; Maria Neus Puig / ; Joan Bayó / ; Rosa Aragonés / ; Elvira Gibert / ; Rosa Pou / ; Maria Antonia Vila / ; Antoni Dalfó / ; Josep Ma Casacuberta / ; Francesc Xavier Cos / ; Magda Parra / ; Xavier Peligros / ; Manel Pérez / ; Magda Pie / ; Dolores Rivero / ; Eduard Silvente / ; José Ma Verdú / ; Ma Mar Isnard / ; Octavi Martínez / ; Jordi Milozzi / ; Lluís Valerio / ; Martí Birulés /

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