Features of the Parameters of Daily Blood Pressure Monitoring in Patients with Comorbidities of Obesity and Hypertension

O.N. Kovaliova, I.V. Sytina

Abstract


In patients with comorbidity of obesity and hypertension disease we have studied the parameters of daily blood pressure monitoring depending on body mass index (BMI) and type of obesity, using default values of BMI over 24.9 kg/m2 as a criterion of overweight, BMI > 29.9 kg/m2 — of obesity. Abdominal type of obesity was assessed according to the draft of criteria of IDF, NHLBI, AHA, WHF, IAS, IASO (2009), when waist circumference in men is ≥ 94 cm, in women ≥ 80 cm. It is found that obese patients were characterized by significantly high average integral values of blood pressure, with increased variability of blood pressure in patients with abdominal type of obesity, and the development of unfavorable, in prognostic value, types of daily profile of non-dippers, night-peakers, оver-dipper.


Keywords


daily blood pressure monitoring; obesity; overweight; hypertension

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0721.5.53.2013.84479

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