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Hypertension posterior mean prevalence and hotspots.

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posted on 22.06.2020 by Gloria A. Aguayo, Anna Schritz, Maria Ruiz-Castell, Luis Villarroel, Gonzalo Valdivia, Guy Fagherazzi, Daniel R. Witte, Andrew Lawson

(A1) Posterior mean prevalence, all areas. (A2) Posterior mean prevalence, Central area. Colours are in increasing gradient for prevalence (light yellow 17–27% to dark red 47–58% of hypertension prevalence). (B1) Hotspots, All areas. (B2) Hotspots, Central areas. Hotspots are shown in dark grey (exceedance probability significant for ≥ 36%). North: 1 = Parinacota; 2 = Arica; 3 = Iquique; 4 = Tamarugal; 5 = Tocopilla; 6 = El Loa; 7 = Antofagasta; 8 = Chañaral; 9 = Copiapó; 10 = Huasco; 11 = Elqui; 12 = Limarí; 13 = Choapa; Centre: 14 = San Antonio; 15 = Petorca; 16 = Valparaíso; 17 = Quillota; 18 = Los Andes; 19 = San Felipe; 20 = Chacabuco; 21 = Santiago; 22 = Melipilla; 23 = Talagante; 24 = Maipo; 25 = Cordillera; 26 = Cardenal Caro; 27 = Cachapoal; 28 = Colchagua; 29 = Cauquenes; 30 = Curicó; 31 = Linares; 32 = Talca; 33 = Arauco; 34 = Concepción; 35 = Ñuble; 36 = Biobio; South: 37 = Malleco; 38 = Cautín; 39 = Ranco; 40 = Valdivia; 41 = Chiloé; 42 = Llanquihue; 43 = Palena; 44 = Osorno; Far South: 45 = Coyhaique; 46 = General Carrera; 47 = Aisén; 48 = Capitan Prat; 49 = Antártica Chilena; 50 = Última Esperanza; 51 = Magallanes; 52 = Tierra del Fuego. Republished from http://labgeo.ufro.cl/ under a CC BY license, with permission from C. Albers, original copyright 2020.

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