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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24142979

Sep 24, 2013 ... There is inconsistent evidence regarding the association between job strain and hypertension, and methodological shortcomings preclude firm ...

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There is inconsistent evidence regarding the association between job strain and hypertension, and methodological shortcomings preclude firm conclusions.

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Conclusions—Lower job decision latitude is associated with hypertension ... The association of job strain with hypertension prevalence would be stronger.

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Jul 1, 2006 ... Using the Z analysis, development of systolic hypertension (SBP >140 mm Hg) was significantly associated with high job strain (P < .001).

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According to the questionnaire of Karasek et al, job strain was divided into four modalities: (high strain, low strain, passive, and active) based on job demand (eg , ...

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high and low job strain did not differ in any measure of blood pressure; however, there were trends for ... strain in men is associated with hypertensive status.

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We examined the effects of job strain on pressor sensitivity in 76 whites and ... Low decisional control was also associated with decreased baroreflex sensitivity.

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Association between job strain and prevalence of hypertension: a cross sectional analysis in a. Japanese working population with a wide range of occupations: ...

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Mar 31, 2009 ... This study aimed to analyze the association between job strain and ... classified as low strain, adjusted prevalence ratios for hypertension in ...