Prevalence of masked uncontrolled and treated white-coat hypertension defined according to the average of morning and evening home blood pressure value: from the Japan Home versus Office Measurement Evaluation Study.

@article{Obara2005PrevalenceOM,
  title={Prevalence of masked uncontrolled and treated white-coat hypertension defined according to the average of morning and evening home blood pressure value: from the Japan Home versus Office Measurement Evaluation Study.},
  author={Takua Obara and Takayoshi Ohkubo and Masahiro Kikuya and Keia Asayama and Hirohito Metoki and Ryusuke Inoue and Takuya Oikawa and Rie Komai and Kayo Murai and Tsuyoshi Horikawa and Junichiro Hashimoto and Kazuhito Totsune and Yutaka Imai},
  journal={Blood pressure monitoring},
  year={2005},
  volume={10 6},
  pages={311-6}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the prevalence of masked uncontrolled and treated white-coat hypertension defined according to the average of morning and evening home blood pressure values. METHODS The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan. Information on the characteristics of the patients was collected by a physician's self-administrated questionnaire. The office blood pressure value was calculated as the average of the… CONTINUE READING

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The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan .
The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan .
The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan .
The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan .
The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan .
The study population consisted of 3303 essential hypertensive outpatients receiving antihypertensive treatment in Japan .
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