Tag Archive 'pacientes ancianos'

Martes 8 / noviembre / 2011

Differences in the degree of control of arterial hypertension according to the measurement procedure of blood pressure in patients = 65 years. FAPRES study.

Filed under: Revisiones — Mario Hernández Cueto — noviembre 8th, 2011 — 9:19

rev-clinica-espanolaDifferences in the degree of control of arterial hypertension according to the measurement procedure of blood pressure in patients = 65 years. FAPRES study.

Por: Llisterri JL, Morillas P, Pallarés V, Fácila L, Sanchís C y Sánchez T. – Rev Clin Esp. 2011 Feb;211(2):76-84.

Control of arterial blood pressure (BP) in hypertensive patients differs based on the evaluation procedure. This fact can be enhanced in subjects over 65 years of age. We have studied the degree of BP control with determinations in the office or ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM).

A multicenter, cross-sectional study was conducted in primary care (PC) and hypertension units in the Valencian Community. The first three hypertensive patients = 65 years who attended the consultation on the first day of visits of the week of each investigator were included in the study. Cardiovascular risk factors, target organ damage and associated cardiovascular disease were recorded. Good clinical control values were defined as < 140/90 in the office and < 130/80 by ABPM for 24-hour according to 2007 ESH/ESC guidelines.

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Martes 1 / noviembre / 2011

Association of Blood Pressure Control and Metabolic Syndrome With Cardiovascular Risk in Elderly Japanese: JATOS Study

Filed under: comentario — Mario Hernández Cueto — noviembre 1st, 2011 — 8:19

ComentandoAssociation of Blood Pressure Control and Metabolic Syndrome With Cardiovascular Risk in Elderly
Japanese: JATOS Study.
(en inglés)

Por: Yuhei Kawano, Toshio Ogihara, Takao Saruta, Yoshio Goto y Masao Ishii. American Journal of
Hypertension (2011); 24 11, 1250–1256.
acto del síndrome metabólico (SM) sobre los eventos cardiovasculares en pacientes de edad avanzada no se ha aclarado. La hipótesis de que el impacto difiere entre pacientes con y sin riguroso control de la presión arterial (PA) y también entre las personas de edad temprana (<75 años) y tardía (≥ 75 años) de los pacientes de edad avanzada.

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