Reduction of 24-h blood pressure variability in extreme obese patients 10 days and 6 months after bariatric surgery depending on pre-existing hypertension.

@article{Guszewska2019ReductionO2,
  title={Reduction of 24-h blood pressure variability in extreme obese patients 10 days and 6 months after bariatric surgery depending on pre-existing hypertension.},
  author={Anna Głuszewska and Barbara Gryglewska and Jerzy Gąsowski and Grzegorz Bilo and Bartosz Zarzycki and A. Dzieza-grudnik and Piotr Major and Andrzej Budzyński and Andrea Faini and Gianfranco Parati and Tomasz Grodzicki},
  journal={European journal of internal medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={60},
  pages={
          39-45
        }
}
Bariatric surgery is considered as a first line treatment in extreme obese patients to achieve a reduction in health risks. However, after surgical procedure obese patients with normal blood pressure (BP) levels still present residual risk, which may be partly related to lack of correction of BP profile and variability. AIM To evaluate short (10 days) and mid-term (6 months) changes of mean values, profile and variability of BP after bariatric surgery in extremely obese patients with and… CONTINUE READING

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