Studying the Treatment of Acute hyperTension (STAT) is a registry of physician practices in the management of acute severe hypertension in United States hospitals. STAT is supported by a grant from The Medicines Company and managed by the Center for Outcomes Research (COR), based at the University of Massachusetts Medical School located in Worcester, Massachusetts. This collection showcases publications about the STAT project and project research.

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Publications from 2011

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Clinical practices, complications, and mortality in neurological patients with acute severe hypertension: The Studying the Treatment of Acute hyperTension (STAT) registry, S. A. Mayer, P. Kurtz, Allison Wyman, G. Y. Sung, A. S. Multz, Joseph Varon, Christopher B. Granger, K. Kleinschmidt, M. Lapointe, W. F. Peacock, J. N. Katz, Joel M. Gore, B. O'Neil, and Frederick A. Anderson Jr.

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Hypertensive heart failure: patient characteristics, treatment, and outcomes, Frank Peacock, Alpesh Amin, Christopher B. Granger, Charles V. Pollack Jr., Phillip D. Levy, Richard Nowak, Kurt Kleinschmidt, Joseph Varon, Allison Wyman, and Joel M. Gore

Publications from 2010

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Patterns of antihypertensive treatment in patients with acute severe hypertension from a nonneurologic cause: Studying the Treatment of Acute Hypertension (STAT) registry, John W. Devlin, Joseph F. Dasta, Kurt Kleinschmidt, Russel J. Roberts, Marc Lapointe, Joseph Varon, Frederick A. Anderson Jr., Allison Wyman, and Christopher B. Granger

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Predictors of 90-day readmission among patients with acute severe hypertension. The cross-sectional observational Studying the Treatment of Acute hyperTension (STAT) study, Joel M. Gore, Eric D. Peterson, Alpesh Amin, Frederick A. Anderson Jr., Joseph F. Dasta, Phillip D. Levy, Brian J. O'Neil, Gene Yong Sung, Joseph Varon, Allison Wyman, and Christopher B. Granger

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Acute kidney injury and cardiovascular outcomes in acute severe hypertension, Lynda A. Szczech, Christopher B. Granger, Joseph F. Dasta, Alpesh Amin, W. Frank Peacock, Peter A. McCullough, John W. Devlin, Matthew R. Weir, Jason N. Katz, Frederick A. Anderson Jr., Allison Wyman, and Joseph Varon

Publications from 2009

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Practice patterns, outcomes, and end-organ dysfunction for patients with acute severe hypertension: the Studying the Treatment of Acute hyperTension (STAT) registry, Jason N. Katz, Joel M. Gore, Alpesh Amin, Frederick A. Anderson Jr., Joseph F. Dasta, James J. Ferguson, Kurt Kleinschmidt, Stephan A. Mayer, Alan S. Multz, W. Frank Peacock, Eric D. Peterson, Charles V. Pollack Jr., Gene Yong Sung, Andrew shorr, Joseph Varon, Allison Wyman, Leigh A. Emery, and Christopher B. Granger