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Table 3 Blood pressure control from baseline to end of study

From: Effectiveness of multidisciplinary intervention on blood pressure control in primary health care: a randomized clinical trial

Variables Group
Multidisciplinary Program Personalized Care Between group
Baseline 6 Months p-value Baseline 6 Months p-value Baseline 6 Months
n = 128 n = 113 n = 128 n = 114 p-value
Systolic BP
 Nondiabetic 7 (9) 40 (49) <0.001 5 (7) 44 (57) <0.001 0.451 0.744
 Diabetic 0 (0) 9 (27) 0.003 0 (0) 8 (22) 0.014
Diastolic BP
 Nondiabetic 37 (47) 68 (86) <0.001 36 (47) 62 (81) <0.001 0.697 0.473
 Diabetic 6 (18) 17 (52) 0.003 5 (14) 19 (53) <0.001
  1. BP blood pressure. BP control defined as systolic BP <140 or diastolic BP 90 mmHg for nondiabetic patients and systolic BP level <130 mmHg or diastolic BP <80 mmHg for diabetic patients. Values expressed n (%). Person chi-square test