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Additional file 2: of Is resistant hypertension an independent predictor of all-cause mortality in individuals with type 2 diabetes? A prospective cohort study

By Anna Solini (735010), Giuseppe Penno (646513), Emanuela Orsi (668645), Enzo Bonora (114260), Cecilia Fondelli (735011), Roberto Trevisan (499060), Monica Vedovato (735012), Franco Cavalot (5240081), Olga Lamacchia (732665), Marco Baroni (3554183), Antonio Nicolucci (116903) and Giuseppe Pugliese (116905)


Figure S1. Cumulative survival by Kaplan Meier analysis according to BP status, based on the 130/80 mmHg (A) and 140/90 mmHg (B) BP targets. Numbers (percentages) of death are shown for each group. NT = normotension; UTHT = untreated hypertension; CHT = controlled hypertension; UCHT = uncontrolled hypertension; RHT = resistant hypertension. (DOC 824 kb

Topics: Biotechnology, Immunology, Science Policy, Virology, Mathematical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Resistant hypertension, Type 2 diabetes, All-cause mortality, Cardiovascular disease, Chronic kidney disease
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.6084/m9.figshare.8045084.v1
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