Urinary electrolyte excretion in 24 hours and blood pressure in the INTERSALT Study. II. Estimates of electrolyte-blood pressure associations corrected for regression dilution bias. The INTERSALT Cooperative Research Group.

@article{Dyer1994UrinaryEE,
  title={Urinary electrolyte excretion in 24 hours and blood pressure in the INTERSALT Study. II. Estimates of electrolyte-blood pressure associations corrected for regression dilution bias. The INTERSALT Cooperative Research Group.},
  author={Alan Dyer and Paul Elliott and Martin Shipley},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={139 9},
  pages={940-51}
}
This is the second of two reports dealing with the reliability of measurements of 24-hour urinary electrolyte excretion and blood pressure and estimates of electrolyte-blood pressure associations in INTERSALT, an international study of the relations of electrolyte excretion and other factors to blood pressure, involving more than 10,000 persons from 52 centers in 32 countries. The first report (Am J Epidemiol 1994; 139:927-39) described methods of estimating reliability, taking into account age… CONTINUE READING