Ambulatory blood pressure is measured by monitoring patients at regular intervals with a recording device under normal living and working conditions.
What does APB stand for?
APB stands for Ambulatory Blood Pressure
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This is the first study I know of to longitudinally compare ambulatory blood pressure with both white matter hyper-intensity and functional decline in older people.
recruited 556 resistant hypertensive patients who then underwent clinical-laboratory and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.
has announced the first installation of its Oscar 2 ambulatory blood pressure monitor (ABPM) in the Intermountain Healthcare system.
The volume's 19 chapters describe the methodology of self and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in research and clinical practice; advances in the understanding of the pathophysiology of the circadian biology of cardiovascular disease; issues of ambulatory blood pressure in special populations of patients with hypertension; and the effects of antihypertensive drug therapy on the circadian variation of blood pressure, heart rate, and myocardial ischemia.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) devices were applied to these subjects for 48 hours.