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Relationship between ambulatory arterial stiffness index and subclinical target organ damage in hypertensive patients.
The goal of the study was to investigate the association of SUA and carotid IMT with target organ damage (TOD) in hypertensive patients.
The clinic provides care for people with diabetes from lower socioeconomic income groups (more affluent patients with health insurance tend to seek medical care in the private sector), with poor disease control and/or established target organ damage.
To date, the mechanisms by which UFPs penetrate boundary membranes and the distribution of UFPs within tissue compartments of their primary and secondary target organs are largely unknown.
Thus, to secure availability of unmetabolised PO at the target organ in IBS, i.
According to the JNC-VI guidelines, women with high normal blood pressure or stage 1 hypertension (systolic 140-159 mm Hg; diastolic 90-99 mm Hg) can be managed through lifestyle changes alone, as long as they don't have target organ damage or diabetes.
The second is ethanol's direct tissue toxicity, both to the parent arteries and the target organs.
Biological monitoring of endocrine-disrupting pesticides and determination of their ability to produce genomic instability in the target organ should lead to a better understanding of how exposure to these chemicals may influence health.
Then came Viagra, with celebrities like Hugh Hefner and Elizabeth Dole publicly gushing about its miraculous effect on the target organ.
The Explorer[TM] system uses state-of-the-art line of sight localization and surface registration techniques to show surgeons where they are in the context of their target organ and surrounding anatomical structures.
We look forward to supporting Novartis in the advancement of this therapy, which requires a high-precision delivery system to enable its accurate administration to the target organ of the human body.
Nondipping and reverse dipping are known to be associated with the potential risk for target organ damage.