The Sodium-Potassium Blood Pressure Trial in Children. Design, recruitment, and randomization: the children and adolescent blood pressure program.

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The Sosium-Potassium Blood Pressure Trial in Children (NaKS), is a clinical trial in a healthy, free living population of children and adolescents. It is designed to test the hypotheses that a reduction in dietary sodium and/or an increase in potassium intake will decrease the rate of rise in blood pressure during normal maturation in children and… (More)

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@article{GmezMarn1991TheSB, title={The Sodium-Potassium Blood Pressure Trial in Children. Design, recruitment, and randomization: the children and adolescent blood pressure program.}, author={Orlando G{\'o}mez-Mar{\'i}n and R. J. Prineas and Alan Sinaiko}, journal={Controlled clinical trials}, year={1991}, volume={12 3}, pages={408-23} }