INTERSALT

INTERSALT

Vascular disease A collaborative epidemiologic study–International Study of Electrolye Excretion and Blood Pressure–that evaluated the relationship of salt intake and BP. See Hypertension.
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In Indian arm of the international INTERSALT study, response of Indian subjects to dietary sodium was no different from other groups (27).
In 1988, the INTERSALT study of 52 large populations reported that people with higher potassium intakes had lower blood pressures.
1991, "Findings of the international cooperative INTERSALT study", Hypertension, 17(Suppl I), I-9-I-15.
The relationship between urinary actions obtained from the INTERSALT study and cerebrovascular mortality.
Dietary intake and its relationship to serum cholesterol concentrations among three Japanese populations in the early 1990s: INTERSALT II study in Japan.
7-12) For example, the INTERSALT study, which involved over 10000 men and women, reported an inverse relationship between urinary nitrogen and urea--as indicators of total protein intake--and blood pressure.
The protocol for assessing BP in HYENA is partly based on protocols previously developed and used in the large multicenter projects INTERSALT (International Study of Electrolyte Excretion and Blood Pressure) and INTERMAP (International Study of Macro- and Micronutrients and Blood Pressure) (Elliott and Stamler 1988).
3) But the granddaddy of the so-called "observational" studies, called INTERSALT, has gotten more attention than all the others combined.
For example, the INTERSALT study, a cross-sectional study of over 10,000 people in 32 countries, assessed both individual and group effects.
The best, by far, is the INTERSALT study, which compared blood pressures in more than 10,000 people in 52 locations around the world.