Blood pressure variability and cardiovascular disease: effects on organ damage


Gianfranco Parati;Simona Boarin;Mariaconsuelo Valentini;


<正>The possible prognostic relevance of different patterns characterizing blood pressure (BP) fluctuations over the day and night was first suggested in the late eighties, based on observations made possible by 24 hour continuous intra-arterial ambulatory BP monitoring in normotensive and hypertensive subjects. Since then, this issue has been repeatedly addressed in studies carried out either in animals and in humans, and is still matter of debate.


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