Exaggerated blood pressure response at exercise in normotensive subjects: demographic and stress performance characteristics.

@article{Ilia1998ExaggeratedBP,
  title={Exaggerated blood pressure response at exercise in normotensive subjects: demographic and stress performance characteristics.},
  author={Reuben Ilia and Sara Carmel and B Tsatskis and M. Gueron},
  journal={American heart journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={136 3},
  pages={
          499-503
        }
}
BACKGROUND Exercise testing is an important diagnostic and prognostic procedure in the assessment of patients with hypertension. An exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise among normotensive subjects was found to be one of the best predictors of future hypertension. The demographic characteristics of patients with an exaggerated blood pressure response during exercise have not been adequately described. METHODS AND RESULTS The demographic and stress performance characteristics of 2… CONTINUE READING

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