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Research Article

Hypervolemia for Hypertension Pathophysiology: A Population-Based Study

Table 2

Univariate analysis of systolic blood pressure categories.

VariablesHypotensives
(SBP < 110 mmHg)
()
Normotensives
(140 > SBP ≥ 110 mmHg)
()
Hypertensives
(SBP ≥ 140 mmHg)
()

BMI (kg/m²)26.38 ± 4.9827.59 ± 4.39 a29.49 ± 4.23 a* b*
ECW/height (L/m)9.93 ± 1.5810.34 ± 1.32 a*10.78 ± 1.32 a* b*
Age41.47 ± 11.6944.36 ± 12.38 a52.84 ± 11.23 a* b*
DM0.06 ± 0.240.09 ± 0.280.18 ± 0.39 a* b*
Smoking 0.16 ± 0.370.16 ± 0.370.11 ± 0.31 b
FTI (kg/m²)10.46 ± 5.1211.22 ± 5.2613.23 ± 5.14 a* b*
BSA (m²)1.82 ± 0.191.88 ± 0.17 a*1.91 ± 0.16 a* b*
TBW (L)38.10 ± 7.1439.88 ± 6.56 a40.29 ± 6.64 a*
OH (L)0.09 ± 1.090.03 ± 1.010.07 ± 1.11

; a: group versus hypotensives; b: group versus normotensives; .
SBP: systolic blood pressure, BMI: body mass index, ECW: extracellular water, DM: diabetes mellitus, FTI: fat tissue index, BSA: body surface area, TBW: total body water, and OH: overhydration.