Do reduced insulin sensitivity and dyslipidemia exist in borderline hypertensive patients?

@article{Masuo1994DoRI,
  title={Do reduced insulin sensitivity and dyslipidemia exist in borderline hypertensive patients?},
  author={Kazuko Masuo and Mitsunobu Toki and Toshio Ogihara and Michael L. Tuck},
  journal={American journal of hypertension},
  year={1994},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={
          566-9
        }
}
To evaluate the relationship between insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, and blood pressure (BP), we measured BP, blood glucose, plasma insulin (INS) levels, total cholesterol (T-ch), and triglyceride after an overnight fast in 454 Japanese young, nonobese, nondiabetic factory workers, including 226 normotensive (NT), 120 borderline hypertensive (BHT), and 108 essential hypertensive (EHT) subjects. Age and body mass index were strictly matched among the three groups. Fasting INS and T-ch were… CONTINUE READING
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