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|Title:||Relationship between low-normal blood pressure and kidney disease in type 1 diabetes||Authors:||Shankar, A.
Chronic kidney disease
Type 1 diabetes
|Issue Date:||Jan-2007||Citation:||Shankar, A., Klein, R., Klein, B.E.K., Nieto, F.J., Moss, S.E. (2007-01). Relationship between low-normal blood pressure and kidney disease in type 1 diabetes. Hypertension 49 (1) : 48-54. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1161/01.HYP.0000252431.75154.3a||Abstract:||Current recommendations, largely based on studies in type 2 diabetes, suggest lower target blood pressures (BPs) for individuals with diabetes than for the general population. However, the effect of lower BP on renal outcomes in type 1 diabetes is uncertain. In a population-based cohort of type 1 diabetes adults (mean age: 33.1 years) based in Wisconsin, of which the distribution of baseline BP was in the low-normal range, we examined the relationship between decreasing categories of systolic and diastolic BP and the 16-year incidence of proteinuria (n=232 of 604) and estimated glomerular filtration rate of||Source Title:||Hypertension||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/130561||ISSN:||0194911X||DOI:||10.1161/01.HYP.0000252431.75154.3a|
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