Controversy still exists about the long-term cardiovascular and metabolic effects of coffee consumption in hypertension. Aim of the study was to assess the predictive capacity of coffee use for cardiovascular events (CVE) and to ascertain whether the coffee-CVE association was mediated by the long-term effects of coffee on blood pressure (BP) and glucose metabolism.

1C.04: COFFEE CONSUMPTION IS A PREDICTOR OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED HYPERTENSIVE SUBJECTS

FANIA, CLAUDIO;BENETTI, ELISABETTA;MAZZER, ANDREA;CASIGLIA, EDOARDO;PALATINI, PAOLO
2015

Abstract

Controversy still exists about the long-term cardiovascular and metabolic effects of coffee consumption in hypertension. Aim of the study was to assess the predictive capacity of coffee use for cardiovascular events (CVE) and to ascertain whether the coffee-CVE association was mediated by the long-term effects of coffee on blood pressure (BP) and glucose metabolism.
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