W D Hall
Affiliation: Emory University
- Risk factors for kidney stones in older women in the southern United StatesW D Hall
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Am J Med Sci 322:12-8. 2001..The occurrence of kidney stones is disproportionate in the southern region of the United States. Risk factors for the occurrence of kidney stones in this geographic area have not been reported previously...
- The Metabolic Syndrome in African Americans: a reviewW Dallas Hall
African American Lipid and Cardiovascular Council, USA
Ethn Dis 13:414-28. 2003..This comprehensive review is provided as part of the educational activities of the African-American Lipid and Cardiovascular Council (AALCC)...
- Risk reduction associated with lowering systolic blood pressure: review of clinical trial dataW D Hall
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA 30324, USA
Am Heart J 138:225-30. 1999..At 2 years, sitting SBP had decreased by 13 mm Hg in the placebo group (n = 2297) compared with 23 mm Hg in the active treatment group (n = 2398)...
- Representation of blacks, women, and the very elderly (aged > or = 80) in 28 major randomized clinical trialsW D Hall
Emory University School of Medicine, USA
Ethn Dis 9:333-40. 1999....
- Low-fat diet: effect on anthropometrics, blood pressure, glucose, and insulin in older womenW Dallas Hall
Department of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30324 5402, USA
Ethn Dis 13:337-43. 2003..The purpose of the current study was to examine the effect of the low-fat diet on anthropometric and biochemical variables...
- Resistant hypertension, secondary hypertension, and hypertensive crisesW Dallas Hall
Emory University School of Medicine, 1100 Parker Place, Atlanta, GA 30324 5402, USA
Cardiol Clin 20:281-9. 2002..Hypertensive crises are divided into BP urgencies and emergencies. In both settings, the reduction in BP should generally be gradual rather than abrupt, with no intent to acutely normalize the BP...
- Renal issues in the management of hypertensionW D Hall
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA 30303
Am J Hypertens 6:245S-250S. 1993..In a study undertaken by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, the different classes of antihypertensive drugs are currently being evaluated for their ability to slow progressive renal failure...
- Pathophysiology of hypertension in blacksW D Hall
Department of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Am J Hypertens 3:366S-371S. 1990....
- Black/white differences in symptoms and health satisfaction reported by older hemodialysis patientsN G Kutner
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, USA
Ethn Dis 10:328-33. 2000..The relation of these complaints to dialysis adequacy and patients' nutritional status merits continued study...
- An in-depth examination of the excretion of albumin and other sensitive markers of renal damage in mild hypertensionP W Mueller
Division of Environmental Health Laboratory Sciences, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA 30341-3724, USA
Am J Hypertens 8:1072-82. 1995..02). Retinol-binding protein values, however, were within the normal range, indicating that the elevated albumin values were the result of changes in selectivity of the glomerulus...
- The metabolic syndrome: recognition and managementW Dallas Hall
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA
Dis Manag 9:16-33. 2006..Pharmacotherapy is typically needed for control of high blood pressure, hypercoagulability, and increased levels of blood glucose and triglycerides...
- For the patient. What is the Metabolic Syndrome and why is it important?W Dallas Hall
Ethn Dis 13:546. 2003
- The metabolic syndromeW Dallas Hall
Ethn Dis 15:1-2. 2005