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1944 1
1945 115
1946 348
1947 403
1948 585
1949 495
1950 751
1951 698
1952 340
1953 413
1954 442
1955 466
1956 380
1957 490
1958 452
1959 399
1960 399
1961 467
1962 591
1963 1134
1964 1786
1965 1402
1966 1605
1967 2434
1968 2853
1969 3449
1970 3538
1971 3898
1972 4133
1973 4325
1974 4404
1975 4049
1976 3610
1977 3485
1978 3503
1979 3843
1980 4128
1981 4077
1982 4492
1983 4829
1984 5280
1985 5458
1986 5437
1987 5093
1988 5402
1989 5866
1990 5815
1991 5927
1992 5582
1993 5654
1994 5539
1995 5313
1996 5163
1997 5154
1998 5118
1999 5123
2000 5127
2001 5202
2002 5389
2003 5752
2004 5567
2005 6373
2006 6824
2007 7335
2008 6985
2009 7348
2010 7383
2011 7528
2012 8025
2013 8235
2014 8407
2015 8527
2016 7967
2017 7878
2018 7156
2019 3001
2020 47
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ExActa: blood pressure.
Mrowka R and Reuter S. Acta Physiol (Oxf) 2016. PMID 27218862
The effect of potassium supplementation on blood pressure in hypertensive subjects: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Filippini T, et al. Int J Cardiol 2017 - Review. PMID 28024910
RESULTS: Overall, potassium supplementation decreased systolic blood pressure of 4.48mmHg (95% CI 3.07-5.90) and diastolic blood pressure of 2.96mmHg (1.10-4.82). ...An adequate dietary intake of potassium, in the order of 90mmol/day, should be achieved for blood pressure control....
RESULTS: Overall, potassium supplementation decreased systolic blood pressure of 4.48mmHg (95% CI 3.07-5.90) and diastolic …
Dietary sodium and health: more than just blood pressure.
Farquhar WB, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 2015 - Review. PMID 25766952 Free PMC article.
Excess dietary sodium has been linked to elevations in blood pressure (BP). Salt sensitivity of BP varies widely, but certain subgroups tend to be more salt sensitive. ...Recent pre-clinical and clinical data support that even in the absence of an increase in BP, excess dietary sodium can adversely affect target organs, including the blood vessels, heart, kidneys, and brain. ...
Excess dietary sodium has been linked to elevations in blood pressure (BP). Salt sensitivity of BP varies widely, but certain …
Blood pressure variability: clinical relevance and application.
Parati G, et al. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich) 2018. PMID 30003704 Free article.
Blood pressure variability is an entity that characterizes the continuous and dynamic fluctuations that occur in blood pressure levels throughout a lifetime. ...The present paper provides a short overview of methodological aspects, clinical relevance, and potential therapeutic interventions related to the management of blood pressure variability....
Blood pressure variability is an entity that characterizes the continuous and dynamic fluctuations that occur in blood
Effects of different hormonal contraceptives in women's blood pressure values.
Ribeiro CCM, et al. Rev Bras Enferm 2018 - Review. PMID 29972547 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: To identify evidence in the literature of the relationship between the use of different hormonal contraceptive methods and alterations in women's blood pressure values. ...Routes of administration without passage through the liver and use of isolated progestin showed promising results in reducing the effects on blood pressure. ...
OBJECTIVE: To identify evidence in the literature of the relationship between the use of different hormonal contraceptive methods and altera …
Blood Pressure Targets in the Hypertensive Elderly.
Liu P and Zheng JG. Chin Med J (Engl) 2017 - Review. PMID 28776550 Free PMC article.
However, the available medical evidences are both inconsistent and insufficient regarding establishing credible and useful blood pressure (BP) targets in the hypertensive elderly. ...DATA SOURCES: We conducted a search for the articles published in English in the PubMed database up to March 2017, with the keywords "hypertension," "elderly," "blood pressure," and "antihypertensive." ...
However, the available medical evidences are both inconsistent and insufficient regarding establishing credible and useful blood p
Non-invasive continuous blood pressure measurement based on mean impact value method, BP neural network, and genetic algorithm.
Tan X, et al. Technol Health Care 2018. PMID 29758957 Free PMC article.
Therefore, it is very important to explore a more accurate method of non-invasive continuous blood pressure measurement. OBJECTIVE: To address the shortcomings of existing blood pressure measurement models based on pulse wave transit time or pulse wave parameters, a new method of non-invasive continuous blood pressure measurement - the GA-MIV-BP neural network model - is presented. ...RESULTS: Bland-Altman consistency analysis indicated that the measured and predicted blood pressure values were consistent and interchangeable. ...
Therefore, it is very important to explore a more accurate method of non-invasive continuous blood pressure measurement. OBJEC …
Home blood pressure monitoring: primary role in hypertension management.
Stergiou GS, et al. Curr Hypertens Rep 2014 - Review. PMID 24924993
First, several outcome studies have shown that the ability of home blood pressure measurements in predicting preclinical target organ damage and cardiovascular events is superior to that of the conventional office blood pressure measurements and similar to that of 24-hour ambulatory monitoring. ...Third, studies have shown larger blood pressure decline by using home blood pressure monitoring instead of office measurements for treatment adjustment. ...
First, several outcome studies have shown that the ability of home blood pressure measurements in predicting preclinical targe …
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