Hypertension 2021 03 16;77(3):846-855. Epub 2020 Dec 16.
From the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom (J.P.S., B.D.N., J.L., D.M., J.S., C.K., J.O., N.R.J., W.H., L.A., O.V.H., S.L.-F., C.R.B., H.L., J.W., F.F., M.D.F., M.P.J., S.d.L., F.D.R.H.).
Hypertension has been identified as a risk factor for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and associated adverse outcomes. This study examined the association between preinfection blood pressure (BP) control and COVID-19 outcomes using data from 460 general practices in England. Eligible patients were adults with hypertension who were tested or diagnosed with COVID-19. Read More