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Table 1 - Significance of an Increase in Diastolic Blood Pressure During a Stress Test in Terms of Comorbidities and Long-Term Total and CV Mortality

Table 1 . Results according to diastolic blood pressure response A.Exercise test results by diastolic blood pressure response Normal DBP response, N = 11,254 (54%) Borderline DBP response, N = 6,042 (29%) Abnormal DBP response, N = 3,463 (17%)
Results according to diastolic blood pressure response A.Exercise test results by diastolic blood pressure response Normal DBP response, N = 11,254 (54%) Borderline DBP response, N = 6,042 (29%) Abnormal DBP response, N = 3,463 (17%)
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