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. . . . . . . . 3 Definition, classification, and epidemiological aspects of hypertension 3.1 Definition of hypertension The relationship between BP and cardiovascular (CV) and renal events is continuous, making the distinction between normotension and hypertension, based on cut-off BP values, somewhat arbitrary. 2,4,8 However, in practice, cut-off BP values are used for pragmatic rea- sons to simplify the diagnosis and decisions about treatment. Epidemiological associations between BP and CV risk extend from very low levels of BP [i.e. systolic BP (SBP) >115 mmHg]. However, ‘hypertension’ is defined as t
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. . . . . . . . 3 Definition, classification, and epidemiological aspects of hypertension 3.1 Definition of hypertension The relationship between BP and cardiovascular (CV) and renal events is continuous, making the distinction between normotension and hypertension, based on cut-off BP values, somewhat arbitrary. 2,4,8 However, in practice, cut-off BP values are used for pragmatic rea- sons to simplify the diagnosis and decisions about treatment. Epidemiological associations between BP and CV risk extend from very low levels of BP [i.e. systolic BP (SBP) >115 mmHg]. However, ‘hypertension’ is defined as t
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. . . . . . . . 3 Definition, classification, and epidemiological aspects of hypertension 3.1 Definition of hypertension The relationship between BP and cardiovascular (CV) and renal events is continuous, making the distinction between normotension and hypertension, based on cut-off BP values, somewhat arbitrary. 2,4,8 However, in practice, cut-off BP values are used for pragmatic rea- sons to simplify the diagnosis and decisions about treatment. Epidemiological associations between BP and CV risk extend from very low levels of BP [i.e. systolic BP (SBP) >115 mmHg]. However, ‘hypertension’ is defined as t
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