Relative Contributions of Arterial Stiffness and Hypertension to Cardiovascular Disease: The Framingham Heart Study [Epidemiology]
ConclusionsA substantial proportion of treated hypertensives have high arterial stiffness, a finding that may explain some of the notable residual CVD risk associated with even well‐controlled hypertension. High PWV is associated with a trend towards increasing CVD risk in both nonhypertensives and hypertensives, a finding that may support the use of arterial stiffness measurements in both populations.
Source: JAHA:Journal of the American Heart Association - Category: Cardiology Authors: Niiranen, T. J., Kalesan, B., Hamburg, N. M., Benjamin, E. J., Mitchell, G. F., Vasan, R. S. Tags: Cardiovascular Disease, Epidemiology, High Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Vascular Disease Original Research Source Type: research
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