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  1. Blood pressure levels in school-age Japanese children : the Hisayama study.

    Article - En anglais

    Blood pressure (BP) measurements were obtained on a total of 6325 children (3294 boys and 3031 girls), aged 6-14 years, in Hisayama, Japan.

    All BPs were recorded in a sitting position by trained observers in a standardised manner.

    Standard mercury sphygmomanometers were used with commercially available cuffs, selected according to the arm circumference.

    Cuff size no. 3 (bladder width 9 cm, length 23 cm) was the one most commonly selected in 84% of elementary schoolers aged 6-11 years and in 35% of junior high schoolers aged 12-14 years.

    Mean systolic BPs (SBPs) increased from 89 mm Hg at age 6 years to 108 mm Hg at 14 years (a 21% increase) for boys and from 88 mm Hg to 102 mm Hg (a 16% increase) for girls.

    Diastolic BP (DBPs, Korotkoff phase IV, KIV) increased from ages 6 to 14 years to the same degree, from 58 mm Hg to 72 mm Hg (a 24% increase) for boys and from 58 mm Hg to 70 mm Hg (a 21% increase) for girls.

    The increase in DBP (Korotkoff phase V, KV) was greater, from 48 mm Hg to 63 mm Hg (a 30% increase) for boys and from 48 mm Hg to 61 mmHg (a 28% increase) for girls.

    The increase in mean SBP for adolescent boys was greater compared with that of girls ; however, separation of age-specific values by sex was not observed for mean DBP (KIV) and DBP (KV).

    The cross-sectional relation between age and mean SBP levels was not linear.

    Mots-clés Pascal : Exploration clinique, Pression sanguine, Evolution, Influence, Age, Etude statistique, Enfant, Japon, Homme, Asie, Appareil circulatoire

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Clinical investigation, Blood pressure, Evolution, Influence, Age, Statistical study, Child, Japan, Human, Asia, Circulatory system

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    Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique

    Cote : 95-0590397

    Code Inist : 002B30A01C. Création : 01/03/1996.