Social isolation during COVID-19 pandemic linked with high blood pressure

social isolation during covid 19 pandemic linked with high blood pressure

Sumary of Social isolation during COVID-19 pandemic linked with high blood pressure:

  • Faculty from the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) will participate in joint scientific sessions with the Argentine Society of Cardiology as part of the ESC Global Activities programme..
  • “Admission to the emergency department during the mandatory social isolation period was linked with a 37% increase in the odds of having high blood pressure — even after taking into account age, gender, month, day and time of consultation, and whether or not the patient arrived by ambulance,”.
  • Mandatory social isolation due to COVID-19 was implemented on 20 March in Argentina as a part of a general lockdown..
  • The frequency of high blood pressure1 among patients aged 21 and above during the three-month social isolation (20 March to 25 June 2020) was compared to two previous time periods:.
  • the same three months in 2019 (21 March to 27 June 2019) and the three months immediately before social isolation (13 December 2019 to 19 March 2020)..
  • This was 56.9% less than during the same three months in 2019 (3,810 patients) and 53.9% lower than during the three months immediately before social isolation (3,563 patients)..
  • This proportion was significantly higher compared to the same period in 2019, when it was 17.5%, and compared to the three months before social isolation, when it was 15.4% (p<0.01)….

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