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Average daily blood pressure, not office blood pressure, determines cardiac function in patients with hypertension.
The findings demonstrate that patients with blood pressure elevation only in the physician's office have cardiac size and function similar to those of normotensive individuals, and the average daily blood pressure best predicts cardiac end-organ damage. Expand
The relationship of electronically monitored physical activity to blood pressure, heart rate, and the circadian blood pressure profile.
It is indicated that the relationship between actigraphic activity and hemodynamic parameters is highly variable and that the rate-pressure product is the strongest correlate of short-term activity and the role of day-to-day activity in determining ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate variability. Expand
Long‐term reproducibility of ambulatory blood pressure
It is demonstrated that long-term reproducibility of ambulatory blood pressure is superior to that for office measurement, and one implication of this finding is that, in long- term clinical pharmacology trials utilizing ambulatoryBlood pressure, fewer subjects would be required than for studies that used office blood pressure end-points. Expand
Determinants of the white-coat effect in hypertensive subjects.
Older patients are more likely to display a systolic white-coat effect in the medical care environment, and age, gender, treatment status, body mass index (BMI) and duration of hypertension as independent variables showed a significant independent role for age. Expand
Clinical evaluation of the Colin ABPM 630 at rest and during exercise: an ambulatory blood pressure monitor with gas-powered cuff inflation.
During 100-watt bicycle exercise, there was a considerably greater scatter in the individual comparisons of the monitor and intra-arterial blood pressure than that seen in the measurements at rest, but the group means were again similar. Expand
Selective dopamine-1 agonist therapy in severe hypertension: effects of intravenous fenoldopam.
- W. White, M. Radford, F. M. Gonzalez, S. Weed, E. J. McCabe, A. Katz
- Journal of the American College of Cardiology
- 1 May 1988
Fenoldopam is safe and effective as a parenteral monotherapy in patients with severe essential and renovascular hypertension and Preliminary data suggest that blood pressure reduction with selective dopamine-1 agonist therapy is accompanied by improved left ventricular function. Expand
Clinical usefulness of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.
Assessment of clinical indications for ordering ABPM by Connecticut physicians both in hospital and community-based practices suggests that practicing physicians have become aware of the usefulness of ambulatory blood pressure recordings and are following the NHBPEP guidelines on referral. Expand
Clinical evaluation of the Accutracker II ambulatory blood pressure monitor: assessment of performance in two countries and comparison with sphygmomanometry and intra-arterial blood pressure at rest…
The data demonstrate that the Accutracker II is quite accurate compared with both the mercury column and intra-arterial methods of measuring BP, and performs well during 24 h outpatient activities. Expand
Effects of chronic nitrendipine on casual (office) and 24‐hour ambulatory blood pressure
- W. White, V. Smith, E. J. McCabe, M. Meeran
- Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
- 1 July 1985
Ambulatory BP monitoring may be superior to office (casual) monitoring in the assessment of the overall efficacy of antihypertensive drugs and the hypotensive response to chronic nitrendipine is modified during work periods, which are generally associated with increased adrenergic activity. Expand
A multicenter evaluation of the A&D TM-2420 ambulatory blood pressure recorder.
An acceptable level of accuracy and performance of the sixth generation of the TM-2420 for use in clinical practice and research is demonstrated. Expand