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Home readings of blood pressure in assessment of hypertensive subjects

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title = "Home readings of blood pressure in assessment of hypertensive subjects",
abstract = "Out-patient clinic blood pressure (OPC-BP) was compared to home blood pressure (Home-BP) measured three times daily during a two week period in 122 consecutively referred hypertensive subjects. A semi-automatic device (TM-101) including a microphone for detection of Korotkoff-sounds, self-deflation of cuff pressure and digital display of blood pressure was used. Mean difference between OPC-BP and Home-BP was systolic +13 mm Hg (range -21 - +100 mg Hg) and diastolic +5 mm Hg (range -27 - +36 mm Hg). Although a significant correlation could be demonstrated between Home-BP and OPC-BP, the inter-individual scatter was pronounced and unpredictable from the hypertensive organ damages. It is argued, that home readings should be used to greater extent in the evaluation of patients with hypertension.",
keywords = "Blood Pressure Determination, Heart Rate, Humans, Hypertension, Manometry, Middle Aged, Outpatient Clinics, Hospital, Self Care",
author = "P.E. Nielsen and P Myschetzky and Andersen, {A R} and Andersen, {G S}",
year = "1986",
language = "English",
volume = "714",
pages = "147--51",
journal = "Acta Medica Scandinavica, Supplement",
issn = "0365-463X",
publisher = "Almgvist & Wiksells",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Home readings of blood pressure in assessment of hypertensive subjects

AU - Nielsen, P.E.

AU - Myschetzky, P

AU - Andersen, A R

AU - Andersen, G S

PY - 1986

Y1 - 1986

N2 - Out-patient clinic blood pressure (OPC-BP) was compared to home blood pressure (Home-BP) measured three times daily during a two week period in 122 consecutively referred hypertensive subjects. A semi-automatic device (TM-101) including a microphone for detection of Korotkoff-sounds, self-deflation of cuff pressure and digital display of blood pressure was used. Mean difference between OPC-BP and Home-BP was systolic +13 mm Hg (range -21 - +100 mg Hg) and diastolic +5 mm Hg (range -27 - +36 mm Hg). Although a significant correlation could be demonstrated between Home-BP and OPC-BP, the inter-individual scatter was pronounced and unpredictable from the hypertensive organ damages. It is argued, that home readings should be used to greater extent in the evaluation of patients with hypertension.

AB - Out-patient clinic blood pressure (OPC-BP) was compared to home blood pressure (Home-BP) measured three times daily during a two week period in 122 consecutively referred hypertensive subjects. A semi-automatic device (TM-101) including a microphone for detection of Korotkoff-sounds, self-deflation of cuff pressure and digital display of blood pressure was used. Mean difference between OPC-BP and Home-BP was systolic +13 mm Hg (range -21 - +100 mg Hg) and diastolic +5 mm Hg (range -27 - +36 mm Hg). Although a significant correlation could be demonstrated between Home-BP and OPC-BP, the inter-individual scatter was pronounced and unpredictable from the hypertensive organ damages. It is argued, that home readings should be used to greater extent in the evaluation of patients with hypertension.

KW - Blood Pressure Determination

KW - Heart Rate

KW - Humans

KW - Hypertension

KW - Manometry

KW - Middle Aged

KW - Outpatient Clinics, Hospital

KW - Self Care

M3 - Journal article

VL - 714

SP - 147

EP - 151

JO - Acta Medica Scandinavica, Supplement

JF - Acta Medica Scandinavica, Supplement

SN - 0365-463X

ER -

ID: 36440592