Table 3.

BP measures by cohort for the International Database of Ambulatory BP in Renal Patients

CovariateOverall (n=7518)AASK (n=587)CRIC (n=1283)Italian Cohort (n=428)CKD-JAC (n=1067)Spanish Cohort (n=4153)
Elevated clinic BP, N (%)4411 (59)229 (39)295 (23)295 (69)318 (30)3274 (79)
Elevated ambulatory BP, N (%)4162 (55)414 (71)613 (48)217 (51)608 (57)2310 (56)
Hypertension, N (%)
 Controlled BP1868 (25)155 (26)609 (48)90 (21)402 (38)612 (15)
 White coat1488 (20)18 (3)61 (5)121 (28)57 (5)1231 (30)
 Masked1239 (16)203 (35)379 (30)43 (10)347 (32)267 (6)
 Sustained2923 (39)211 (36)234 (18)174 (41)261 (24)2043 (49)
Clinic systolic BP, mm Hg144 (24)134 (21)127 (21)146 (20)131 (18)153 (22)
24-h systolic BP, mm Hg131 (17)137 (17)129 (16)129 (18)131 (17)132 (16)
Day systolic BP, mm Hg134 (17)137 (17)133 (16)131 (18)135 (17)134 (17)
Night systolic BP, mm Hg124 (20)135 (21)122 (19)123 (20)123 (20)124 (19)
Clinic diastolic BP, mm Hg79.8 (14)79.7 (12)68.7 (12)81.2 (12)76.7 (11)84.0 (13)
24-h diastolic BP, mm Hg74.0 (11)81.0 (11)72.2 (10)72.0 (10)78.1 (9)72.7 (11)
Day diastolic BP, mm Hg76.4 (11)82.5 (11)75.3 (10)74.7 (11)80.7 (10)75.0 (11)
Night diastolic BP, mm Hg67.6 (12)77.4 (13)66.5 (11)66.1 (11)72.5 (10)65.4 (12)
  • Values presented are N (%) or mean (SD) where indicated. AASK, African American Study of Kidney Disease and Hypertension Cohort Study; CRIC, Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort; CKD-JAC, Chronic Kidney Disease Japan Cohort.