International Journal of Hypertension / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Review Article

Hypertension Management in Brazil: Usual Practice in Primary Care—A Meta-Analysis

Table 1

Clinical characteristics of individuals with hypertension from the SESI study, the HIPERDIA registry, and from meta-analyses of four population-based studies.

Studies and clinical characteristics Mean (±SD)/prevalence (95% CI)
MenWomen

SESI study [3, 4]: participants 1034114
Age (years)40.6 (11.8)41.5 (9.2)
Systolic blood pressure (mmHg)152.5 (15.9)150.4 (21.7)
Controlled blood pressure31.8 (26.3–37.7)56.9 (45.5–67.7)
Total cholesterol (mg/dL)188.8 (40.0)196.0 (39.2)
HDL cholesterol (mg/dL)49.3 (20.9)56.8 (12.7)
Current smokers18.3 (15.9–20.7)15.5 (8.9–22.1)
Diabetes mellitus (DM)5.6 (4.2–7.0)3.5 (0.1–6.9)
HIPERDIA registry [5]: participants 2.5 million4.8 million
Current smokers21.42 (20.4–22.5)15.6 (14.7–16.5)
Diabetes mellitus21.9 (19.8–24.0)24.9 (22.9–27.0)
Current smokers with DM6.3 (5.8–6.8)5.6 (5.2–6.0)
Population-based studies: participants 50648126
Systolic blood pressure (mm Hg)
 Trevisol et al. [6]146.8 (20.7)138.9 (22.6)
 Dias da Costa et al. [7]144.5 (8.3)146.1 (20.7)
Controlled blood pressure
  Trevisol et al. [6]47.8 (39.7–56.1)43.7 (38.5–49.2)
 Dias da Costa et al. [7]65.7 (53.7–75.9)67.5 (60.7–73.7)
 Moreira et al. [8]53.0 (46.9–58.4)52.7 (45.6–58.9)
Current smokers21.7 14.8
Diabetes 13.5 13.2

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