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Table 3 Percentage with raised SBP and DBP

From: Examining the effectiveness of telemonitoring with routinely acquired blood pressure data in primary care: challenges in the statistical analysis

  Telemonitoring Comparator
Index reading 6–12 months later Percentage Relative Risk reduction Index reading 6–12 months later Percentage Relative Risk reduction
SBP 135+ 190/399 (48%) 94/399 (24%) 51% 2119/3484 (61%) 1879/3484 (54%) 11%
SBP 140+ 138/399 (35%) 51/399 (13%) 63% 1658/3484 (48%) 1414/3484 (41%) 15%
SBP 145+ 92/399 (23%) 37/399 (9%) 60% 1132/3484 (32%) 854/3484 (25%) 25%
SBP 150+ 62/399 (16%) 20/399 (5%) 68% 894/3484 (26%) 555/3484 (16%) 38%
DBP 85+ 138/399 (35%) 66/399 (17%) 52% 1080/3484 (31%) 799/3484 (23%) 26%
DBP 90+ 90/399 (23%) 23/399 (6%) 74% 672/3484 (19%) 411/3484 (12%) 39%
  1. SBP Systolic BP, DBP Diastolic BP