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62392-6PhenX - blood pressure protocol 040301Trial

Status Information

Status
Trial

Term Description

A measure to assess a respondent's systolic and diastolic blood pressure, which is used to determine high blood pressure (hypertension). Assessment must also include measures for personal history of high blood pressure and a history of medication usage. Ask questions "1" and "2," and then proceed to the protocol for obtaining blood pressure. The use of high blood pressure medications must be obtained.
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Panel Hierarchy
Details for each LOINC in Panel LHC-Forms

LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
62392-6 PhenX - blood pressure protocol 040301
Indent58295-7 Has a doctor or nurse ever said that you have High blood pressure or hypertension?
Indent58296-5 If Yes, at what age? a
Indent58297-3 For women, Was this diagnosis during pregnancy only?
Indent58298-1 Have you ever taken medication for hypertension/high blood pressure?
Indent58294-0 If yes, At what age did you begin taking medicine for this? a

Fully-Specified Name

Component
PhenX - blood pressure protocol 040301
Property
-
Time
Pt
System
^Patient
Scale
-
Method
PhenX

Additional Names

Short Name
Blood pressure proto

Basic Attributes

Class
PANEL.PHENX
Type
Clinical
First Released
Version 2.36
Last Updated
Version 2.66
Change Reason
Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX.<ID>" to "PX<ID>" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.; Added the PhenX protocol ID to the Component to clearly define the protocol version for which this panel is based upon.
Panel Type
Panel

Survey Question

Source
PX040301

Reference Information

Type Source Reference
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute and Boston University. Framingham Heart Study (FHS). Generation 3. Exam 1. Medical History—Medications. Page 23. No question number provided (source for question 2 in Protocol Text).
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study. Y20 CARDIA VII. Medical History Form. Page 1. Question 1 (source for question 1).
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study. Year 20 (2005–2006) Manual of Operations. Section 3—Blood Pressure and Pulse (source for question 3). Cuff size indicated by measured arm circumference
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Chobanian, A. V., Bakris, G. L., Black, H. R., Cushman, W. C., Green, L. A., Izzo, J. L., Jr., Jones, D. W., Materson, B. J., Oparil, S., Wright, J. T., Jr., & Roccella, E. J.; National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure; National High Blood Pressure Education Program Coordinating Committee. (2003). The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure: The JNC 7 report. Journal of the American Medical Association, 289, 2560–2572. Retrieved July 16, 2009, from http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/hypertension/jnc7full.pdf (source for Diagnostic Criteria). Locate the brachial artery by palpation and mark the skin with a small dot, using a black pen. (The brachial artery is usually found just medial and superior to the cubital fossa, posterior to the biceps muscle and slightly toward the body.)
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures O'Brien, E., Petrie, J., Littler, W. A., de Swiet, M., Padfield, P. L., Altman, D., Bland, M., Coats, A., & Atkins, N. (1993). The British Hypertension Society protocol for the evaluation of blood pressure measuring devices. Journal of Hypertension, 11(2), S43–S62. Ensure the participant is seated, legs uncrossed, in a quiet room, with the elbow and forearm resting comfortably on the armrest of the BP measurement chair (or table), with the palm of the hand turned upward
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation. American National Standard. Manual, electronic or automated sphygmomanometers ANSI/AAMI SP10-2002/A1. 3330 Washington Boulevard, Suite 400, Arlington, VA 22201-4598, USA: AAMI; 2003. Place the appropriate cuff around the upper right arm so that the midpoint of the length of the bladder lies over the brachial artery. The cubital fossa is at heart level.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures O'Brien, E., Pickering, T., Asmar, R., Myers, M., Parati, G., Staessen, J., Mengden, T., Imai, Y., Waeber, B., Palatini, P., Atkins, N., & Gerin, W.; the Working Group on Blood Pressure Monitoring of the European Society of Hypertension. (2002). International protocol for validation of blood pressure measuring devices in adults. Blood Pressure Monitoring, 7, 3–17. Retrieved on July 21, 2009, from http://www.dableducational.org/pdfs/International%20Protocol%202002.pdf Turn the ON/OFF button to ON.
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Cuff size indicated by measured arm circumference Image for Cuff size indicated by measured arm circumference
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Locate the brachial artery by palpation and mark the skin with a small dot, using a black pen. (The brachial artery is usually found just medial and superior to the cubital fossa, posterior to the biceps muscle and slightly toward the body.) Image for Locate the brachial artery by palpation and mark the skin with a small dot, using a black pen. (The brachial artery is usually found just medial and superior to the cubital fossa, posterior to the biceps muscle and slightly toward the body.)
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Ensure the participant is seated, legs uncrossed, in a quiet room, with the elbow and forearm resting comfortably on the armrest of the BP measurement chair (or table), with the palm of the hand turned upward Image for Ensure the participant is seated, legs uncrossed, in a quiet room, with the elbow and forearm resting comfortably on the armrest of the BP measurement chair (or table), with the palm of the hand turned upward
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Place the appropriate cuff around the upper right arm so that the midpoint of the length of the bladder lies over the brachial artery. The cubital fossa is at heart level. Image for Place the appropriate cuff around the upper right arm so that the midpoint of the length of the bladder lies over the brachial artery.
 The cubital fossa is at heart level.
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Turn the ON/OFF button to ON. Image for Turn the ON/OFF button to ON.
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Blood Pressure Unit Image for Blood Pressure Unit
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Set Mode to SINGLE Image for Set Mode to SINGLE
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Set P-Set Dial to AUTO Image for Set P-Set Dial to AUTO
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
For cuff sizes small, medium and large, connect the air tube to the main unit by attaching the air plug to the base of the air connector. Image for For cuff sizes small, medium and large, connect the air tube to the main unit by attaching the air plug to the base of the air connector.
Image Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures
Push START button on the monitor and wait for the output Image for Push START button on the monitor and wait for the output

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (CHINA)
PhenX - 血压方案 040301:-:时间点:^患者:-:PhenX
ru-RURussian (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
PhenX - артериальное давление протокол:-:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:-:PhenX

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