Pulse of Asia 2022

Speaker's biography and Meeting abstract

Satoshi Hoshide, MD, PHD
Professor, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Medicine, 
Jichi Medical University School of Medicine, 
Tochigi, Japan
1997-2000, Research Fellow, Department of Cardiology, Jichi Medical University School of Medicine; 2000-, Lecturer, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Medicine, Jichi Medical University School of Medicine

1.    Hoshide et al. Association of Night-to-Night Adherence of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure With Day-to-Day Morning Home Blood Pressure and Its Seasonal Variation in Obstructive Sleep Apnea. J Am Heart Assoc. 2022; Mar 24;e024865.
2.    Hoshide et al. Morning Surge in Blood Pressure and Stroke Events in a Large Modern Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Cohort: Results of the JAMP Study. Hypertension. 2021; 78: 894-896.
3.    Hoshide et al. Nighttime Home Blood Pressure As a Mediator of N-terminal Pro-brain Natriuretic Peptide in Cardiovascular Events. Hypertens Res. 2021; 44: 1138-1146.
4.    Hoshide et al. Day-by-Day Variability of Home Blood Pressure and Incident Cardiovascular Disease in Clinical Practice: The J-HOP Study (Japan Morning Surge-Home Blood Pressure). Hypertension. 2018; 71: 177-184.
5.    Hoshide et al. Morning and Evening Home Blood Pressure and Risks of Incident Stroke and Coronary Artery Disease in the Japanese General Practice Population: The Japan Morning Surge-Home Blood Pressure Study. Hypertension. 2016; 68:54-61.

Blood Pressure Monitoring, Editor in Chief; Hypertension Research, Managing Editor; American Journal of Hypertension, Editorial Board; Journal of Clinical Hypertension, Editorial Board


Meeting abstract

Lecture title:
Result of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring data in a large modern Japanese cohort: JAMP study
Satoshi Hoshide
Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Jichi Medical University School of Medicine, Japan

Ambulatory blood pressure (BP) monitoring is available to evaluate not only BP level but also other BP profile, such as BP variability, diurnal BP variation, and morning BP surge. Many previous studies have reported that these BP profiles assessed by ambulatory BP monitoring are associated with a risk of cardiovascular outcome. However, a majority of these previous ambulatory BP monitoring cohort studies at baseline performed approximately 3 decades ago. The JAMP (Japanese Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Prospective) study is the largest nationwide multicenter practitioner-based study of ambulatory BP monitoring in Japan. All patients who one more than cardiovascular risk were registered between 2008 and 2017 and follow-up during a mean of 4.5±2.4 years. The primary end point was total cardiovascular events, including fatal and nonfatal stroke, coronary artery disease and heart failure. In this session, from the result of JAMP study, I will demonstrate the risk of abnormal diurnal BP
variation, morning BP surge and drug-resistant hypertension for cardiovascular outcome.