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Table 3 Clinical parameters of diabetic hypertensive patients (G1) based on their NSBP

From: Hyperglycemia and nocturnal systolic blood pressure are associatedwith left ventricular hypertrophy and diastolic dysfunction in hypertensive diabetic patients

Group NSBP≤124 mmHg 124< NSBP < 140 NSBP≥140 mmHg
N 27 27 27
Age (years) 56 ± 11 58 ± 7 58 ± 8
BMI (kg/m2) 28 ± 5 28 ± 4 29 ± 4
DDBP (mmHg) 81 ± 8 88 ± 10 101 ± 9†
NDBP (mmHg) 67 ± 6 78 ± 6 87 ± 8†
DSBP (mmHg) 13 ± 28 143 ± 11 168 ± 17†
NSBP (mmHg) 115 ± 4 131 ± 4 154 ± 15†
SBPD (%) 12 ± 5 8 ± 7* 8 ± 6*
LVMI (g/m2) 93 ± 30 101 ± 23 114 ± 24*
LVH (yes/no) 2/25 4/23 15/12*‡
AFBG 150 ± 45 158 ± 38 168 ± 31
  1. † P < 0.05 between the three groups; * P < 0.05 vs NSBP≤124 mmHg; ‡ P < 0.05 vs 124< NSBP < 140
  2. DDBP = diurnal diastolic BP; DSBP = diurnal systolic BP; NDBP = nocturnal diastolic BP;
  3. SBPD = systolic BP decrease