Cognitive and autonomic dysfunction measures in normal controls, white coat and borderline hypertension

  • Shehab A
  • Abdulle A
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Abstract

White coat hypertension (WCHT) is a significant clinical condition with haemodynamic differences and presence of functional changes. We aim to compare cognitive and autonomic dysfunction variables (heart rate variability) between subjects with normal blood pressure (controls), WCHT, and borderline hypertension (BLH).

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Authors

  • Abdullah Shehab

  • Abdishakur Abdulle

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