quarta-feira, outubro 17, 2012
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Conclusions Patients who have exaggerated blood pressure responses to exercise are not more likely to have abnormal exercise echocardiographic findings than those with normal blood pressure responses. The majority of patients who have echocardiographic abnormalities and subsequently undergo coronary angiography have substantial (≥50% stenosis) coronary artery disease. . LINK AQUI . Among the 7,015 patients (mean age, 61 ± 13 years), 3,992 were men (57%). These patients with exaggerated blood pressure responses were just as likely to have normal exercise echocardiographic results as those who had normal blood pressure responses (85% vs 83%, P > .99). .