Published in Transplant Weekly, March 26th, 2000
Although several observational studies have investigated the significance of hypertension in renal allograft failure, these studies have been complicated by the lack of adjustment for baseline renal function, leaving the role of elevated blood pressure in allograft failure unclear, noted K.C. Mange and colleagues.
Mange et al. performed a study to examine the relationship between blood pressure adjusted for renal function and survival after cadaveric allograft transplantation ("Arterial hypertension and renal allograft survival," Journal...
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