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Prediction of adult hypertension by K4 and K5 diastolic blood pressure in children: The Bogalusa Heart Study

Objective: The objective of this study was to examine the reproducibility of K4 and K5 diastolic blood pressure measurements and the ability to predict adulthood values. Study design: The Bogalusa Heart Study is a long-term epidemiologic study of cardiovascular disease risk factors from birth to ear... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Pediatrics 1998, Vol.132(4), pp.687-692
Main Author: Elkasabany, Abdalla M
Other Authors: Urbina, Elaine M , Daniels, Stephen R , Berenson, Gerald S
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0022-3476 ; E-ISSN: 1097-6833 ; DOI: 10.1016/S0022-3476(98)70361-0
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title: Prediction of adult hypertension by K4 and K5 diastolic blood pressure in children: The Bogalusa Heart Study
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description: Objective: The objective of this study was to examine the reproducibility of K4 and K5 diastolic blood pressure measurements and the ability to predict adulthood values. Study design: The Bogalusa Heart Study is a long-term epidemiologic study of cardiovascular disease risk factors from birth to early adulthood conducted in the biracial (one third black, two thirds white) community of Bogalusa, Louisiana. Analyses included blood pressure measurements taken on 12,139 subjects during multiple cross-sectional screenings from 1973 to 1994; 20% ( N = 2530) had measurements taken as a child, ages 4 to 18 years, and during adulthood, ages 19 to 32 years. Six resting blood pressure measurements were taken by trained observers with mercury sphygmomanometers at each screening with K1, K4, and K5 recorded. Variance components analysis was used to evaluate the reliability of K4 and K5. Results: The total variance was larger for K5 (253 mm Hg 2) than for K4 (109 mm Hg ...
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Objective: The objective of this study was to examine the reproducibility of K4 and K5 diastolic blood pressure measurements and the ability to predict adulthood values. Study design: The Bogalusa Heart Study is a long-term epidemiologic study of cardiovascular disease risk factors from birth to early adulthood conducted in the biracial (one third black, two thirds white) community of Bogalusa, Louisiana. Analyses included blood pressure measurements taken on 12,139 subjects during multiple cross-sectional screenings from 1973 to 1994; 20% ( N = 2530) had measurements taken as a child, ages 4 to 18 years, and during adulthood, ages 19 to 32 years. Six resting blood pressure measurements were taken by trained observers with mercury sphygmomanometers at each screening with K1, K4, and K5 recorded. Variance components analysis was used to evaluate the reliability of K4 and K5. Results: The total variance was larger for K5 (253 mm Hg 2) than for K4 (109 mm Hg ...

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