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Effects of intensive blood pressure lowering and low-dose aspirin in patients with hypertension: principal results of the Hypertension Optimal Treatment trial.
The hypertension optimal treatment (HOT) study: Implications for hypertension management and the J-shape curve.
* The Swedish Hypertension Optimal Treatment Trial, which involved 18,790 hypertensive men and women aged 50-80 years, showed that aspirin reduced heart attacks by 36%.
Since 1998, however, three new studies have been published: the Thrombosis Prevention Trial, the only study that enrolled a moderate-risk population; the Hypertension Optimal Treatment study; and the Primary Prevention Project.
The Swedish Hypertension Optimal Treatment Trial (18,790 hypertensive men and women aged 50-80 years) showed that aspirin reduced heart attacks by 36%.
The guidelines, due to appear in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases by summer's end, incorporate findings from the landmark 19,000-patient Hypertension Optimal Treatment (HOT) study and other key trials.