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Table 3: Outcomes according to intervention level.

 

 

Control group

Partial Intervention subgroup

without active patient education

Complete

Intervention subgroup

with active

patient education

p- value

 

Mean Systolic Blood Pressure

in mm Hg, (SD)

 

138.3 (17)

135.6 (16)

129.7 (16)

<0.001

Mean Systolic Blood Pressure Difference, (IC 95%)

 

+3.4 (1.1,5.7)

-3.4 (-6.6,-0.2)

-7.3 (-11.5,-3)

0,002*

Mean Diastolic Blood Pressure

in mm Hg, (SD)

 

76.2 (10)

74.6 (10)

72.7 (10)

0.01

Mean Diastolic Blood Pressure Difference, (IC 95%)

 

+1.3 (-2.6,0.03)

-0.9 (-0.9,2.8)

-2.5 (0.3,4.7)

0.08

Well-Controlled patients, n (%)

 

99 (46.7)

90 (62.5)

73 (71)

<0.001

Patients with changes in antihypertensive drugs, n (%)

93 (45)

72 (50)

66 (65)

0.03

 



* Between level 0 and level 1; p = 0.24 between level 1 and level 2 (bonferroni).

Well-Controlled patients: Systolic Blood Pressure < 140 mmHg and Diastolic Blood Pressure < 90 mmHg.

 





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