Foreword What have we learned from ambulatory blood pressure monitoring during the past five years?
What is the 'normal' 24 h, awake, and asleep blood pressure?
What are the influences of salt, potassium, the sympathetic nervous system, and the renin-angiotensin system on the circadian variation in blood pressure?
How well does ambulatory blood pressure predict target-organ disease and clinical outcome in patients with hypertension?
What are the approaches for evaluating antihypertensive treatment by 24 h ambulatory blood pressure monitoring?
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