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201. Hypertension types defined by clinic and ambulatory blood pressure in 14 143 patients referred to hypertension clinics worldwide. Data from the ARTEMIS study.

J Hypertens. Nov 2016;34(11):2187-98.
PMID: 27512964 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

202. A century of trends in adult human height.

Elife. 26 Jul 2016;5:
PMID: 27458798 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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203. Important practice lessons from the SPRINT study beyond the blood pressure goal: all well known and now confirmed.

J Am Soc Hypertens. Aug 2016;10(8):613-7.
PMID: 27395782 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

204. Methodology and technology for peripheral and central blood pressure and blood pressure variability measurement: current status and future directions - Position statement of the European Society of Hypertension Working Group on blood pressure monitoring and cardiovascular variability.

J Hypertens. Sep 2016;34(9):1665-77.
PMID: 27214089 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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205. White Coat Phenomenon: Removing the Stigma of Hypertension.

Hypertension. Jun 2016;67(6):1111-3.
PMID: 27113049 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

206. Prevalence and Determinants of Masked Hypertension Among Black Nigerians Compared With a Reference Population.

Hypertension. Jun 2016;67(6):1249-55.
PMID: 27067719 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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207. Relationship between office and home blood pressure with increasing age: The International Database of HOme blood pressure in relation to Cardiovascular Outcome (IDHOCO).

Hypertens Res. Aug 2016;39(8):612-7.
PMID: 27053011 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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208. A Call to Regulate Manufacture and Marketing of Blood Pressure Devices and Cuffs: A Position Statement From the World Hypertension League, International Society of Hypertension and Supporting Hypertension Organizations.

J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). May 2016;18(5):378-80.
PMID: 26852890 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

209. Night-time home versus ambulatory blood pressure in determining target organ damage.

J Hypertens. Mar 2016;34(3):438-44; discussion 444.
PMID: 26727487 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

210. Association of Central Versus Brachial Blood Pressure With Target-Organ Damage: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Hypertension. Jan 2016;67(1):183-90.
PMID: 26597821 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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211. Screening for atrial fibrillation with automated blood pressure measurement: Research evidence and practice recommendations.

Int J Cardiol. 15 Jan 2016;203:465-73.
PMID: 26547741 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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212. Measurement Methodology: What Does Blood Pressure Mean in the PARTAGE Study?

JAMA Intern Med. Nov 2015;175(11):1859-60.
PMID: 26524736 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

213. Defining thresholds for home blood pressure monitoring in octogenarians.

Hypertension. Oct 2015;66(4):865-73.
PMID: 26355122 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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214. Seasonal variation in meteorological parameters and office, ambulatory and home blood pressure: predicting factors and clinical implications.

Hypertens Res. Dec 2015;38(12):869-75.
PMID: 26333360 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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215. Home or ambulatory blood pressure monitoring for the diagnosis of hypertension?

J Hypertens. Aug 2015;33(8):1528-30.
PMID: 26132757 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

216. High-fidelity digital recording and playback sphygmomanometry system: device description and proof of concept.

Blood Press Monit. Oct 2015;20(5):266-72.
PMID: 26075332 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

217. Changing relationship among clinic, home, and ambulatory blood pressure with increasing age.

J Am Soc Hypertens. Jul 2015;9(7):544-52.
PMID: 26071352 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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218. Screening for hypertension in children and adolescents: the controversy, the research questions and a plan for action.

J Hypertens. Jul 2015;33(7):1359-63.
PMID: 26039528 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

219. The optimal schedule for self-home blood pressure monitoring.

J Hypertens. Apr 2015;33(4):693-7.
PMID: 25915871 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

220. Should Oscillometric Blood Pressure Monitors Be Used in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation?

J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). Jul 2015;17(7):565-6.
PMID: 25865223 [Pubmed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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