Prediction of future hypertension by casual blood pressure or invasive hemodynamics? A 30‐year follow‐up study

@article{Andersson2004PredictionOF,
  title={Prediction of future hypertension by casual blood pressure or invasive hemodynamics? A 30‐year follow‐up study},
  author={O. Andersson and Markus Lingman and A. Himmelmann and R. Sivertsson and B. Widgren},
  journal={Blood Pressure},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={350 - 354}
}
Blood pressure elevation in young age is associated with a risk of developing hypertension. However, not all subjects will progress to clinical hypertensives in need of pharmacological therapy. In younger subjects, there is essential to find clinical or experimental characteristics to predict the future risk of hypertension. In the present study, the long‐term relationship between casual blood pressure measurement and future hypertension has been examined. The initial study group consisted of… Expand
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