The difference in blood pressure readings between arms and survival: primary care cohort study

@inproceedings{Clark2012TheDI,
  title={The difference in blood pressure readings between arms and survival: primary care cohort study},
  author={Christopher E Clark and Rod S Taylor and Angela C. Shore and John Campbell},
  booktitle={BMJ},
  year={2012}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether a difference in systolic blood pressure readings between arms can predict a reduced event free survival after 10 years. DESIGN Cohort study. SETTING Rural general practice in Devon, United Kingdom. PARTICIPANTS 230 people receiving treatment for hypertension in primary care. INTERVENTION Bilateral blood pressure measurements recorded at three successive surgery attendances. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Cardiovascular events and deaths from all causes during a… CONTINUE READING

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