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ISSN: 0263-6352

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Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Ltd. United States
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Journal of Hypertension is a journal indexed in SJR in Physiology and Internal Medicine with an H index of 169. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,365 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Journal of Hypertension focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: pressure, blood, treatment, hypertensive, hypertension, ischemic, type, stroke, risk, vascular, ...

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pressure, blood, treatment, hypertensive, hypertension, ischemic, type, stroke, risk, vascular, oxidative, patients, stiffness, stress, study, survey, nox, monitoring, heart, assessment, atrial, autonomic, antihypertensive, clinical, control, damage, effects, european, fit, health,

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A comparison of enalapril 20 mg once daily versus 10 mg twice daily in terms of blood pressure lowering and patient compliance

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A frameshift mutation of beta subunit of epithelial sodium channel in a case of isolated Liddle syndrome

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A new twist on hypertension-causing mutations in the epithelial Na+ channel

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A prospective study of hypertension and the incidence of kidney stones in men

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A randomized and controlled study of noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring as a guide to drug treatment of uncontrolled hypertensive patients

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A role for cardiac mast cells in the pathogenesis of hypertensive heart disease

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Absolute and relative changes in carotid intima???media thickness and atherosclerotic plaques during long-term antihypertensive treatment

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Altered plasma fibrin clot properties in hypertensive patients with obstructive sleep apnoea are improved by continuous positive airway pressure treatment

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An age-related decline in endothelial function is not associated with alterations in l-arginine transport in humans

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Angiotensin II and norepinephrine release: interaction and effects on the heart

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Angiotensin II-induced over-activation of p47phox in fibroblasts from hypertensives: which role in the enhanced ERK1/2 responsiveness to angiotensin II?

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Are two commonly used self-report questionnaires useful for identifying antihypertensive medication nonadherence?

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Arterial mechanics and wave reflection with antihypertensive therapy

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Assessment of body position to quantify its effect on nocturnal blood pressure under ambulatory conditions

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Association of suboptimal blood pressure control with body size and metabolic abnormalities

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Association of tumor necrosis factor-a with early target organ damage in newly diagnosed patients with essential hypertension

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Atrial fibrillation, arterial hypertension, and primary aldosteronism

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Blood pressure and neurohormonal responses to renal nerve ablation in treatment-resistant hypertension

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Blood pressure changes after renal denervation are more pronounced in women and nondiabetic patients

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Blunted renal vascular response to angiotensin II is associated with a common variant of the angiotensinogen gene and obesity

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Brain Gai2-subunit protein-gated pathways are required to mediate the centrally evoked sympathoinhibitory mechanisms activated to maintain sodium homeostasis

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Cardiovascular target organ damage in essential hypertensives with or without reproducible nocturnal fall in blood pressure

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Carotid plaques, but not common carotid intima-media thickness, are independently associated with aortic stiffness

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