OBJECTIVES: Identification of people with lower (white-coat effect) or higher (masked effect) blood pressure at home compared to the clinic usually requires ambulatory or home monitoring. This study assessed whether changes in SBP with repeated measurement at a single clinic predict subsequent differences between clinic and home measurements. METHODS: This study used an observational cohort design and included 220 individuals aged 35-84 years, receiving treatment for hypertension, but whose S...Expand abstract
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Predicting out-of-office blood pressure level using repeated measurements in the clinic: an observational cohort study.
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