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American Journal of Hypertension

Delayed heart rate recovery is strongly associated with early and late stage prehypertension during exercise stress testing.
By: Aneni E, Roberson LL, Shaharyar S, Blaha MJ, Agatston A, Blumenthal RS, Meneghelo RS, Conceiçao RD, Nasir K, Santos RD.
Among asymptomatic patients undergoing stress testing delayed HRR was independently associated with early and late stages of prehypertension. Further studies are needed to determine the usefulness of HRR measure in the prevention and management of hypertension.
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Delayed heart rate recovery is strongly associated with early and late-stage prehypertension during exercise stress testing.
By: Aneni E, Roberson LL, Shaharyar S, Blaha MJ, Agatston AA, Blumenthal RS, Meneghelo RS, Conceiçao RD, Nasir K, Santos RD.
Among asymptomatic patients undergoing stress testing, delayed heart rate recovery was independently associated with early and late stages of prehypertension.
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Geographic variation in hypertension prevalence among blacks and whites: the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis.
By: Kershaw KN, Diez Roux AV, Carnethon M, Darwin C, Goff DC Jr, Post W, Schreiner PJ, Watson K.
Many studies have examined differences in hypertension across race/ethnic groups but few have evaluated differences within groups. We investigated within-group geographic variations in hypertension prevalence among black and white participants of the MESA study. We conclude that a better understanding of geographic heterogeneity may inform interventions to reduce racial/ethnic disparities.
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