Circadian variation and blood pressure: response to rapid weight loss by hypocaloric hyponatraemic diet in obesity.

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Ambulatory intra-arterial blood pressure was monitored in 15 obese hypertensive and 10 obese normotensive subjects weighing more than 30% of their ideal body weight. Measurements were taken before and after 1 month in hospital on a diet of 330kCal/day designed to ensure 34 g protein and 65 mmol sodium. Mean +/- s.d. body mass index in the whole group fell… (More)

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@article{Dasgupta1991CircadianVA, title={Circadian variation and blood pressure: response to rapid weight loss by hypocaloric hyponatraemic diet in obesity.}, author={Prokar Dasgupta and Geoffrey Brigden and E Ramhamdany and Avijit Lahiri and Ian Baird and Edward Bernard Raftery}, journal={Journal of hypertension}, year={1991}, volume={9 5}, pages={441-7} }