ABPM


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AcronymDefinition
ABPMAmbulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring
ABPMAmerican Board of Preventive Medicine
ABPMAmerican Board of Pain Medicine
ABPMAssociation of Briefing Program Managers
ABPMAllergic Bronchopulmonary Mycosis
ABPMAuthorized in Accordance With Bureau of Naval Personnel Manual
ABPMAttitude to Behavioral Process Models
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The ABPM conference is a chance to bring the best in the business to one place to exchange ideas, learn from the latest innovations and define standards of excellence, said Elizabeth Simpson, President, ABPM.
Each of the three medications was taken for 2 weeks, and patients were assessed with a 24-hour ABPM and a side-effect questionnaire during the final 24 hours of each treatment.
The care line procedures selected for this study were primary medical visit divided into primary emergency and non-emergency visits, ECG performed in PHC facilities, specialized cardiology visit, echocardiogram and ABPM (Figure 1).
In reviewing the diagnostic accuracy of various methods to confirm the diagnosis of hypertension, the USPSTF identified ABPM as the most accurate, followed by HBPM, with clinic BP measurements bringing up the rear.
This ABPM study is being conducted to definitively characterise TLANDO's blood pressure increase effect, if any, added the company.
Outcomes: Forty-four-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) was pioneered at a tertiary care in-centre hemodialysis unit.
He said this to reporters after the conferring of the Terengganu JBPM awards and the 2017 Eastern Region Malaysian Fire and Rescue Academy (ABPM) excellent service awards here today.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) and exercise stress testing might be used in follow-up.
The most common immunologic reaction is allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA) and a less frequent syndrome in response to other fungal species is allergic bronchopulmonary mycosis (ABPM) [1].
The assessment included anthropometric measures, 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM), use of statins, and blood pressure-lowering agents.
A routine ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) showed a nondipping profile with normal mean BP levels (mean 24 h BP 107/61 mmHg, mean 24 h HR 99bpm) (Table 1).