Blood Pressure Elevation in Diabetes: Results From 24-H Ambulatory Blood Pressure Recordings in Diabetes

  • Klavs Würgler Hansen
  • Per Løgstrup Poulsen

Abstract

Ambulatory blood pressure measurement is a new technique which permits assessment of blood pressure in the patients own surroundings, during normal daily activities on the job and in the night. The first true ambulatory 24h report of indirectly measured blood pressure obtained with a portable and fully automatic monitor was published in 1975 [1]. Previously semiautomatic monitors which required manually inflation of the cuff [2] or direct (intraarterial) blood pressure measurement were used [3].

Keywords

Albumin Mercury Europe Neuropathy Neurol 

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  • Per Løgstrup Poulsen

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