Elijah B. Saunders

Elijah B. Saunders

From The University Of Miami Medical School, Miami, Florida Usa From The University Of Southern California, Los Angeles, California Usa From The University Of South Florida, ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Elijah B Saunders has direct influence:

african americans
metabolic syndrome
blood pressure
moderate hypertension
angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition
cardiovascular disparities
antiplatelet therapy

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Elijah B Saunders has influence:

blood pressure
elderly program
systolic hypertension
cerivastatin sodium
racial differences
salt diet
diagnosed diabetes

Prominent publications by Elijah B. Saunders

KOL-Index: 49 Advances in heart failure treatment have not necessarily translated into equity in improved outcomes for African Americans. Heart failure in African Americans is characterized by a higher prevalence, especially at younger ages; more-adverse course with more frequent hospitalizations; and higher mortality rates compared to the general population. Despite this distinct disease profile, African ...
Known for
Equity African | Hospitalizations Higher | Trial Aheft | Hyd
KOL-Index: 27 The relatively low participation of African Americans in phase III clinical trials has raised concerns about the appropriateness of generalizing study results to African American populations. If African American enrollment in clinical trials continues to be low, the society may continue to see disparities in the treatment of diseases as well as unanswered questions as to why the population ...
Known for
American Populations
KOL-Index: 27 African Americans have the highest overall mortality rate from coronary heart disease (CHD) of any ethnic group in the United States, particularly out-of-hospital deaths, and especially at younger ages. Although all of the reasons for the excess CHD mortality among African Americans have not been elucidated, it is clear that there is a high prevalence of certain coronary risk factors, delay ...
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Diabetes African | Chd Ethnic | Americans Whites
KOL-Index: 25 The daily administration of 240 to 360 mg of diltiazem lowered blood pressure in a dose-related pattern similar to that seen in patients taking a daily dosage of 50 to 100 mg of atenolol. Sustained-release diltiazem was administered twice daily and atenolol once. Goal blood pressure was defined as less than 90 mm Hg or a reduction of greater than or equal to 10 mm Hg for patients with ...
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Sustained-Release Form | Alternative Antihypertensive Medication | 90 Mm Hg | Dose-Related Pattern
KOL-Index: 24 Since the first International Society on Hypertension in Blacks consensus statement on the "Management of High Blood Pressure in African American" in 2003, data from additional clinical trials have become available. We reviewed hypertension and cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment guidelines, pharmacological hypertension clinical end point trials, and blood pressure-lowering ...
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Blood Pressure-Lowering Trials | 2-Drug Therapy | Effective Multidrug Regimens | Management Blacks
KOL-Index: 22 This article contrasts the characteristics of essential hypertension found in the black population with that seen in the nonblack population. Socioeconomic and pathophysiologic factors are discussed. Different pharmacologic classes of drugs are compared for their effectiveness in treating the black hypertensive patient. Because black hypertensives tend to have salt-sensitive, low-renin ...
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Decreased Cardiac Output | Hypertension Black | Peripheral Vascular Resistance | Systemic Blood Pressure
KOL-Index: 20 The efficacy and safety of azilsartan medoxomil (AZL-M) were evaluated in African-American patients with hypertension in a 6-week, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial, for which the primary end point was change from baseline in 24-hour mean systolic blood pressure (BP). There were 413 patients, with a mean age of 52 years, 57% women, and baseline 24-hour BP of 146/91 mm Hg. ...
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57 Women | 52 Years | Hypertension Azl | 24-Hour Systolic
KOL-Index: 19 BACKGROUND: Patients who left against medical advice (AMA) may be at higher risk for a hospital readmission if the unauthorized discharge was premature. The objective of this study is to examine the relationship between discharges AMA from nonfederal acute care hospitals and cardiovascular disease (CVD) hospital readmissions while addressing bias due to potential confounding, selection, and ...
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Readmission Unauthorized | Hospitalization Relationship | Clustering Selection | Cardiovascular Left
KOL-Index: 18 Epidemiologic evidence indicates that African Americans are at greater risk for hypertension compared with other ethnic groups in the United States. The prevalence of hypertension is estimated to be approximately 37% for this group, compared with 20%-25% for non-Hispanic whites. Hypertension seems to follow a more malignant course in African Americans, possibly as a result of the higher ...

From the University of Miami Medical School, Miami, Florida USA From the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California USA From the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida USA From the William Beaumont Hospital, Birmingham, Michigan

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