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Articles by Alejandro de la Sierra

Seasonal variation in blood pressure: Evidence, consensus and recommendations for clinical practice. Consensus statement by the European Society of Hypertension Working Group on Blood Pressure Monitoring and Cardiovascular Variability

Stergiou, George S.; Palatini, Paolo; Modesti, Pietro A.; More

Journal of Hypertension. 38(7):1235-1243, July 2020.

Blood pressure variability increases with advancing chronic kidney disease stage: a cross-sectional analysis of 16 546 hypertensive patients

Sarafidis, Pantelis A.; Ruilope, Luis M.; Loutradis, Charalampos; More

Journal of Hypertension. 36(5):1076-1085, May 2018.

Effects of metabolic syndrome on arterial function in different age groups: the Advanced Approach to Arterial Stiffness study

Topouchian, Jirar; Labat, Carlos; Gautier, Sylvie; More

Journal of Hypertension. 36(4):824-833, April 2018.

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de la Sierra, Alejandro; Oliveras, Anna; Armario, Pedro; More

Journal of Hypertension. 35(11):2324-2325, November 2017.

Twenty-four-hour central blood pressure is not better associated with hypertensive target organ damage than 24-h peripheral blood pressure

de la Sierra, Alejandro; Pareja, Julia; Fernández-Llama, Patricia; More

Journal of Hypertension. 35(10):2000-2005, October 2017.

24-h pulse pressure cutoff point definition by office pulse pressure in a population of Spanish older hypertensive patients

Vinyoles, Ernest; de la Sierra, Alejandro; Roso-Llorach, Albert; More

Journal of Hypertension. 35(5):1011-1018, May 2017.

Hypertension types defined by clinic and ambulatory blood pressure in 14 143 patients referred to hypertension clinics worldwide. Data from the ARTEMIS study

Omboni, Stefano; Aristizabal, Dagnovar; De la Sierra, Alejandro; More

Journal of Hypertension. 34(11):2187-2198, November 2016.

Methodology and technology for peripheral and central blood pressure and blood pressure variability measurement: current status and future directions – Position statement of the European Society of Hypertension Working Group on blood pressure monitoring and cardiovascular variability

Stergiou, George S.; Parati, Gianfranco; Vlachopoulos, Charalambos; More

Journal of Hypertension. 34(9):1665-1677, September 2016.

Prognostic impact of sex–ambulatory blood pressure interactions in 10 cohorts of 17 312 patients diagnosed with hypertension: systematic review and meta-analysis

Roush, George C.; Fagard, Robert H.; Salles, Gil F.; More

Journal of Hypertension. 33(2):212-220, February 2015.

Prognostic impact from clinic, daytime, and night-time systolic blood pressure in nine cohorts of 13 844 patients with hypertension

Roush, George C.; Fagard, Robert H.; Salles, Gil F.; More

Journal of Hypertension. 32(12):2332-2340, December 2014.

European Society of Hypertension practice guidelines for ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

Parati, Gianfranco; Stergiou, George; O’Brien, Eoin; More

Journal of Hypertension. 32(7):1359-1366, July 2014.

Night-time heart rate cut-off point definition by resting office tachycardia in untreated hypertensive patients: data of the Spanish ABPM registry

Vinyoles, Ernest; de la Sierra, Alejandro; Roso, Albert; More

Journal of Hypertension. 32(5):1016-1024, May 2014.

European Society of Hypertension Position Paper on Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring

O’Brien, Eoin; Parati, Gianfranco; Stergiou, George; More

Journal of Hypertension. 31(9):1731-1768, September 2013.

Association between urinary albumin excretion and both central and peripheral blood pressure in subjects with insulin resistance

Oliveras, Anna; García-Ortiz, Luis; Segura, Julián; More

Journal of Hypertension. 31(1):103-108, January 2013.

Isolated clinic hypertension: diagnostic criteria based on 24-h blood pressure definition

Vinyoles, Ernest; Rodriguez-Blanco, Teresa; de la Sierra, Alejandro; More

Journal of Hypertension. 28(12):2407-2413, December 2010.

Clinical characteristics of isolated clinic hypertension

Vinyoles, Ernest; Felip, Àngela; Pujol, Enriqueta; More

Journal of Hypertension. 26(3):438-445, March 2008.

Prospective comparison of therapeutical attitudes in hypertensive type 2 diabetic patients uncontrolled on monotherapy. A randomized trial: the EDICTA study

Ruilope, Luis Miguel; de la Sierra, Alejandro; Moreno, Emilio; More

Journal of Hypertension. 17(12):1917-1923, December 1999.

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