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" Association of postiive famoly history for hypertension and salt sensitivity of blood pressure in normotensive individuals "


center : Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 103334
Doc. No : T14706
Call number : ‭WG,340,M932a,2014‬
Main Entry : Mousavi, Mehdi
Title & Author : Association of postiive famoly history for hypertension and salt sensitivity of blood pressure in normotensive individuals/مهدی موسوی
College : Schools, Medical
Date : , 2014
Degree : Cardiology, Subspeciality
Page No : 12 p.: tab.
Note : This is a research dissertation with project ID: 393133
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Abstract : Hypertension (HTN) is a major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. daily soudium consumption is an important risk factor for HTN. the aim of the current study is to assess the association between positive family history for HTN and salt sensitivity of blood pressure in normaotensive individuals. in a cross sectional study, 130 normotensive individuals aged from 18 to 60 years old were included. demographic characteristics and family histories of hypertension (in father, mother, brother nd sister) were asked. in the first day each individual received 10 mmol sodium and low calore diet and two liters of normal saline (500 ml/hr)and two hours after that mean arterial pressure (MAP) were measured. in the second day the same diet like the first day, and three doses of oral furosemide (40 mg each) were ordered and MAP was calculated. individuals with decrease of MAP>/ = 10 mmHg were defined as salt sensitive and those with decrease of MAP<=5 mmHg were categorized as salt insensitive. of the participants, 99 (76.2 percent) were male and 38 (29.2 percent) had positive family history of HTN. also 16 (12.3 percent), 18 (13.8 percent), 2 (1.5 percent) and 0 (0.0 percent) had positive history of HTN diagnosed for their fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers respectively. 52 (40 percent0 , 32 (24.6 percent), and 46 (35.4 percent) were salt sensitive, intermediate and salt insensitive respectively. there were no significant differences between three groups of salt sensitivity in the distribution of positive family history of HTN. our results did not show any association between positive family history of hypertension and salt sensitivity of blood pressure.
Descriptor : 1.Blood Pressure .- Descriptors: Blood Pressure
: Hypertension
: Family
: Sodium Chloride, Dietary
Added Entry : Sadeghi, Masoumeh, Supervisor
: Sarrafzadegan, Nizal, Advisor
Translated Title Supplied by Cataloguer : بررسی ارتباط سابقه فامیلی فشار خون و چگونگی و اندازه حساسیت فشار خون به نمک در افراد با فشار خون نرمال
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