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  1. Primary HTN appears to be related to heredity modified by environmental factors such as ____________.
  1. All of the following statements relative to secondary HTN are correct EXCEPT which one?
  1. Which of the following statements about HTN in the U.S. is correct?
  1. According to the JNC-7, a patient with a SBP ≥160 or DBP ≥100 _______________.
  1. The basic evaluation for patients with elevated BP includes _______________.
  1. The mercury manometer is the _______________.
  1. All of the following statements about the technique of measuring the BP are correct EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct relative to the changing patterns of BP with increasing age EXCEPT which one?
  1. Major lifestyle modifications shown to lower BP include _______________.
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect to the pharmacological strategies to treat high BP EXCEPT which one?
  1. According to the ACC/AHA, the preferred perioperative cardiovascular risk assessment of patients about to undergo a noncardiac procedure should be based on _______________.
  1. Which of the following statements is correct with respect to hypertension-related cardiovascular risk of patients undergoing noncardiac procedures?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect to severely elevated BP EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect of severe asymptomatic HTN EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect to hypertensive emergency EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect to white coat hypertension EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect to orthostatic hypertension EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect to procedure-specific risk factors EXCEPT which one?
  1. All of the following statements are correct with respect exercise capacity EXCEPT which one?
  1. Within the context of an effective wellness program in oral health care settings, which of the following reflects an appropriate recommendation and follow-up if the initial BP of a patient without acute target organ damage was 120-139/80-90 mmHg?