Information Center Survey Table 1:

Population characteristics and study design (cross-sectional studies):

Country Description of area Sample size Age range Survey year Gender (%Males) Socioeconomic Status
             

*Describe the area where the study was conducted as urban, rural, and mixed
**Low/ mid/ high (please include the definitions used)

Table 2:
Epidemiology of hypertension

Definition of hypertension used:
  Hypertension Prevalence Hypertension Awareness Hypertension Treatment Hypertension Control
Overall        
Residence Urban        
Rural
Gender distribution Males        
Females
Socioeconomic Status Low        
Mid
High
Education Illiterate        
Secondary education
University education

Table 3:
Hypertensive complications (subclinical):

SUBCLINICAL Prevalence
  Overall Males Females Hypertensives Normotensives

Coronary Heart Disease

  • Silent ischaemia

  • Silent Infarction
         
Left Ventricular Hypertrophy*          
Impaired LV Diastolic Function*          
Impaired LV Systolic Function*          
Arrhythmia          
Carotid & Peripheral Atherosclerosis          
Aortic Aneurysm          
Optic fundus changes          

N.B. * Definition Required

Table 4:
Hypertensive complications (clinical):

SUBCLINICAL Prevalence
  Overall Males Females Hypertensives Normotensives

Coronary Heart Disease

  • Angina Pectoris*

  • Myocardial Infarction*
         
Heart Failure*          
Stroke          
Transient Ischaemic Attacks          
Claudications          
Aortic Dissection          

N.B. * Definition Required

Table 5:
Cardiovascular Risk Factors:
 
Prevalence
  Overall Males Females Hypertensives Normotensives
Obesity          
Smoking          
Diabetes Mellitus          
Impaired Glucose Tolerance          
Hypercolesterolaemia          
Hypertriglyceridaemia          
Low HDL          
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