Average real variability of 24-h systolic blood pressure is associated with microalbuminuria in patients with primary hypertension

@article{Mul2016AverageRV,
  title={Average real variability of 24-h systolic blood pressure is associated with microalbuminuria in patients with primary hypertension},
  author={Giuseppe Mul{\`e} and Ilenia Calcaterra and Miriam Costanzo and Massimiliano Morreale and Francesco D'ignoto and Antonella Castiglia and Giulio Geraci and Giovanni Rabbiolo and Francesco Vaccaro and Santina Cottone},
  journal={Journal of Human Hypertension},
  year={2016},
  volume={30},
  pages={164-170}
}
Limited and conflicting data are available about the association between short-term blood pressure (BP) variability and urinary albumin excretion rate (uAER). The objective of our study was to analyze the relationships between microalbuminuria (MAU), defined as an uAER between 20 and 200 μg min−1, and short-term BP variability (BPV), assessed as average real variability (ARV), weighted s.d. of 24-h BP and as s.d. of daytime and night-time BP. The study population consisted of 315 untreated… CONTINUE READING
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