- •The prevalence of HTN across the Arab world is around 12.6%.
- •The prevalene is almost four times more in high income countries, such as Saudi Arabia compared to Middle-income countries as Egypt and Tunisia.
- •Prevalence was higher among studies based on adolescents with high BMI, compared to those with normal weight.
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