A higher prevalence of CVD risk factors, such as
obesity, diabetes mellitus (DM), age-standardised
raised blood pressure (BP), and smoking in middle-
income countries is likely to have contributed to the
higher cardiovascular mortality.2 For example, the
average prevalence of age-standardised raised BP in
women and men was 18.3% and 27.3% in high-
income ESC member countries and 23.5% and 30.3%
in middle-income countries.

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