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Archives of cardiovascular diseases
Volume 111, n° 10
pages 564-572 (octobre 2018)
Doi : 10.1016/j.acvd.2018.01.004
Received : 27 July 2017 ;  accepted : 17 January 2018
Clinical research

Arterial stiffness evaluated by pulse wave velocity is not predictive of the improvement in hypertension after adrenal surgery for primary aldosteronism: A multicentre study from the French European Society of Hypertension Excellence Centres
La vitesse de l’onde de pouls n’est pas prédictive de la normalisation tensionnelle après surrénalectomie pour hyperaldostéronisme primaire : étude multicentrique du réseau des Centres français d’excellence en HTA européens – ESH excellence centres
 

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Figure 1 : 

ROC curves for PWV values to predict BP control. 24-hour ABPM<130/80mmHg, at: A. 6months (primary outcome). B. 12months. SPB decrease of>10mmHg on 24-hour ABPM, at: C. 6months. D. 12months. ABPM: ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; BP: blood pressure; PWV: pulse wave velocity; ROC: receiver operating characteristic; SBP: systolic blood pressure.


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Figure 2 : 

Relationship between BP responses according to PWV<or ≥10m/s in men and in women. ABPM: ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; BP: blood pressure; DBP: diastolic blood pressure PWV: pulse wave velocity; SBP: systolic blood pressure.

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