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Ambulatory Blood Pressure and Behavior

This study has been completed.
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National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Identifier:
First received: May 25, 2000
Last updated: May 12, 2016
Last verified: April 2000
To determine ways in which behavioral factors influenced the diagnosis and development of hypertension in adult working populations.

Cardiovascular Diseases
Heart Diseases

Study Type: Observational

Further study details as provided by National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI):

Study Start Date: December 1984
Study Completion Date: February 1993
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Ages Eligible for Study:   up to 100 Years   (Child, Adult, Senior)
Sexes Eligible for Study:   Male
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:   No
No eligibility criteria
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Wallace JM, Thornton WE, Kennedy HL, Pickering TG, Harshfield GA, Frohlich ED, Gifford RW, Bolen K: Ambulatory Blood Pressure in 199 Normal Subjects. A Collaborative Study. In: Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring, Weber MA, Drayer JIM (Eds). Steinkopff-Verlag. Darmstadt, pp. 117-127, 1984
Pickering TG, Harshfield GA, Devereux RB: Ambulatory Monitoring of Blood Pressure: The Importance of Blood Pressure During Work. In: Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring. Weber MA, Drayer JIM (Eds), Steinkopff-Verlag. Darmstadt, pp. 193-197, 1984
Harshfield GA, Pickering TG, Blank S, Lindahl C, Stroud L, Laragh JH: Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring: Records, Applications, and Analysis. In: Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring. Weber MA, Drayer JIM (Eds). Steinkopff-Verlag. Darmstadt, pp. 1-7, 1984
Schneiderman N, Pickering T: Hemodyamic and Electrophysiological Measures of Reactivity. In: Stress, Reactivity, and Cardiovascular Disease. Proceedings of the Working Conference. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NIH Publication No. 84-2698, p. 85-106, 1984
Harshfield GA, Pickering TG, Blank S, Laragh JH: How Well do Casual Blood Pressures Reflect Ambulatory Blood Pressure? In: Blood Pressure Recording in the Clinical Management of Hypertension. Giuseppe G (Ed). Edizioni L, Pozzi, pp. 50-54, 1985
Schneiderman N, Pickering TG: Cardiovascular Measures of Physiologic Reactivity. In: Handbook of Stress, Reactivity, & Cardiovascular Disease. Matthews KA, Weiss SM, Detre T, Dembroski TM, Falkner B, Manuck SB, Williams RB, Jr. (Eds). John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, pp. 145-186, 1986
Pickering TG, Cvetkovski B, James GD: An Evaluation of Electronic Recorders for Self-Monitoring of Blood Pressure. J Hypertens Supplement, 4(Supp. 5):S328-S330, 1986
Harshfield GA, Pickering TG, James GD, Blank SG: Variabilitat and Reaktivitat des Blutdruckes im Alltag. In: Indirekte 24-Stunden-Blutdruckmessung, pp. 103-115. Meyer-Sabellek, W, and Gotzen R (Eds). Steinkopff-Verlag. Darmstadt, 1988
Pickering TG, Devereux RB: Prognose Kardiovaskularer Morbiditat mit hilfe der ambulanten Blutdruckaufzeichnung. In: Indirekete 24-Stunden-Blutdruckmessung, pp. 1233-240. (Ed) Meyer-Sabellek W, Gotzen R (Eds). Steinkopff-Verlag. Darmstadt, 1988
Pickering TG: The Study of Blood Pressure in Everyday Life. Behavioral Medicine in Cardiovascular Disorders, 5, 71-85, 1988
Pickering TG: Blood Pressure Monitoring Outside the Clinic for Investigating the Role of Behavioral Factors in Hypertension. In: Handbook of Hypertension. Vol 9: Behavioral Factors in Hypertension. Julius S, and Bassett DR (Eds). Elsevier Science Publishers, New York, pp. 162-175, 1987
Pickering TG, James GD, Boddie C, Harshfield GA, Blank SG, and Laragh JH: White Coat Hypertension (letter). JAMA, 259(19):2847-2849, 1988
Pickering TG: Ambulatory Monitoring: Applications and Limitations. In: Handbook on Methods and Measurement in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine. Schniderman N et al (Eds) (In press), 0000 Identifier: NCT00005170     History of Changes
Other Study ID Numbers: 1044
R01HL030605 ( US NIH Grant/Contract Award Number )
Study First Received: May 25, 2000
Last Updated: May 12, 2016

Additional relevant MeSH terms:
Cardiovascular Diseases
Heart Diseases processed this record on March 29, 2017