Heart rate (HR) has been found to be associated with target organ damage in hypertension but the predictive capacity of resting HR vs ambulatory HR in longitudinal studies is not well known. We did a prospective study to investigate whether clinic HR and ambulatory HR assessed at baseline were independent predictors of albumin excretion rate (AER) and microalbuminuria (MA) in the early stage of hypertension.

3A.07: NIGHT-TIME HEART RATE IS A LONG-TERM PREDICTOR OF MICROALBUMINURIA IN SUBJECTS SCREENED FOR STAGE 1 HYPERTENSION

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

Abstract

Heart rate (HR) has been found to be associated with target organ damage in hypertension but the predictive capacity of resting HR vs ambulatory HR in longitudinal studies is not well known. We did a prospective study to investigate whether clinic HR and ambulatory HR assessed at baseline were independent predictors of albumin excretion rate (AER) and microalbuminuria (MA) in the early stage of hypertension.
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