Resting Heart Rate and Long-term Outcomes Among the African American Population: Insights From the Jackson Heart Study.

28 Sep 2016Parikh KS, Greiner MA, Suzuki T, DeVore AD, Blackshear C, Maher JF, Curtis LH, Hernandez AF, O'Brien EC, Mentz RJ

Higher baseline heart rate was associated with increased mortality and heart failure hospitalizations among African American participants in the Jackson Heart Study.

Cross-section study
8 effects
5261 subjects

Reported Outcomes

CausesOutcomeCertainty

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Mortality Musculoskeletal outcome
Minor increase risk of Mortality
Musculoskeletal system

Moderate evidence
14.0%

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Congestive Heart Failure Cardiovascular outcome
Minor increase risk of Congestive Heart Failure
Cardiovascular system

Moderate evidence
10.0%

Sedentary Lifestyle Selfcare risk & protective factor

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Increased risk of Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Moderate evidence
40.0%

Diabetes Lymphatic outcome
Diabetes
Lymphatic system

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Increased risk of Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Low evidence
25.0%

Blood Pressure - Hypertension Cardiovascular outcome
Blood Pressure - Hype...
Cardiovascular system

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Increased risk of Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Low evidence
25.0%

Obesity Musculoskeletal outcome
Obesity
Musculoskeletal system

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Increased risk of Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Low evidence
25.0%

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Heart Attack (Myocardial infarction - ACS) Cardiovascular outcome
Minor increase risk of Heart Attack (Myocard...
Cardiovascular system

Moderate evidence
10.0%

Heart Rate Cardiovascular outcome
Heart Rate
Cardiovascular system

Coronary Heart Disease (Ischaemic Heart Disease) Cardiovascular outcome
Minor increase risk of Coronary Heart Diseas...
Cardiovascular system

Moderate evidence
10.0%