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Many diabetic patients have hypertension, and hypertensive patients also have higher rates of diabetes than non-diabetic controls. Both diseases interrelate closely and their co-existence can increase the risk of complications. Although lifestyle and genetic factors are known to contribute, our understanding of the disease remains incomplete. In this series, review articles on topics such as pathophysiology, complications, management and therapies for hypertension with diabetes mellitus are collected to promote the development of efficient treatment for the diseases.
This Review Series features the Biology of Circadian Clock, bringing together a selection of articles summarizing hypertension in relation to topics such as chronotherapy, cardiovascular events and metabolic disease.
Articles on hemodynamic abnormalities, including hypertension during pregnancy have been drawing increasing interest. Considering this social and academic background, the editorial office has planned this Review Series, Pregnancy-induced Hypertension to deepen insights into the topic and provide valuable information for improving blood pressure management and the consequent prognosis for mothers and neonates in the perinatal period and beyond.
White Coat Hypertension Review Series, published from 2014 to 2015 in Hypertension Research(HR), featured the White Coat Hypertension, or White Coat Syndrome as its main topic. It is a phenomenon in which patients' blood pressure becomes higher in the clinical or medical environment than in the normal setting. This Web Focus is a collection of review articles that introduce different studies and its suggestions on white coat Hypertension. They are all specially-solicited for this review series.
Hypertension Research is proud to feature the JSH 2014 - The Japanese Society of Hypertension Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension 2014 in conjunction with a compilation of clinical and population studies related to the treatment of hypertension.
Hypertension Research features a special Review Series on Aging and Hypertension. Along with this Review Series, the accompanying web focus brings together a collection of topical research articles recently published in Hypertension Research.
Hypertension Research features a special Review Series on Resistant Hypertension (RH). These Review Series provide up-to-date information on this timely topic from various viewpoints, such as strategy for the management of RH in the era of renal denervation, profile and usefulness of blood pressure monitoring (ABPM), relationship between RH and subclinical target organ damage (TOD), and pathogenesis and treatment of RH.Along with this Review Series, the accompanying web focus brings together the collection of related articles from across Springer Nature.
Hypertension Research features a special Review Series on Gender Difference in Hypertension. Along with this Review Series, an accompanying Web Focus brings together recently published research articles from Hypertension Research.
The use of a genetic approach to investigate the causes of hypertension has grown in importance, and this new method is expected to detect targets in the treatment of hypertension. Hypertension Research features a special Review Series and Web Focus on the Recent Progress and Future Prospects in Genetics of Hypertension, which provides a series of review articles and carefully selected papers dealing with the study of genetic factors influencing blood pressure.
This special Review Series, published over issues January, February and April 2011 of Hypertension Research features Role of Oxidative Stress in Hypertension and Cardiovascular Diseases. Along with this Review Series, a limited-time Web Focus will bring together recently published research articles from Hypertension Researchand other related publications.
As one of the leading clinical research journals in Asia-Pacific region, Hypertension Research publishes the latest original articles and reviews covering all aspects of the field of hypertension and related cardiovascular diseases. In this Web Focus, we are proud to present a collection of the best articles selected by the editor from recent issues. This collection aims to provide you with a glimpse of what Hypertension Research has to offer, through free access to select articles for a limited time.