Hypertension artérielle diastolique isolée : faut-il encore s’en préoccuper ?

@article{Berney2018HypertensionAD,
  title={Hypertension art{\'e}rielle diastolique isol{\'e}e : faut-il encore s’en pr{\'e}occuper ?},
  author={Maxime Berney and Michel Antoine Burnier and Gr{\'e}goire Wuerzner},
  journal={Revue M{\'e}dicale Suisse},
  year={2018}
}
L’hypertension artérielle diastolique (HTAD) isolée, définie par une élévation de la pression artérielle diastolique (PAD) > 90 mmHg et d’une pression artérielle systolique (PAS) < 140 mmHg est une entité parfois rencontrée en pratique médicale. Bien que dans la population âgée, le risque cardiovasculaire attribué à l’HTA soit le mieux corrélé à la PAS et à la pression pulsée (PP), il est aujourd’hui évident que l’HTAD isolée est également associée à un risque d’événement cardiovasculaire… 

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