4 edition of Diagnostic and prognostic value of combined rest-exercise blood pressure patterns in the development of hypertension found in the catalog.
Microfiche (negative) of typescript. [Eugene : College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon, 1978] -- 1 sheet ; 10.5 x 14.8 cm. -- ([Its Microform publications])Thesis (M.S.)--Wisconsin-Madison, 1977Bibliography: leaves 48-53
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Blood pressure response during treadmill testing as a risk factor for new-onset hypertension. This association may be stronger in individuals with pre-hypertension. These results could not be explained by differences in casual blood pressures, age, or resting and exercise heart rates or by traditional cardiovascular risk factors such as those listed above.
Detection of exaggerated blood pressure response using laboratory of physical science protocol and risk of future hypertension. Furthermore, the albumin-creatinine ratio a kidney marker correlated to vascular damage has been associated with elevations in exercise BP , which provides additional evidence of a potential link between an HRE and abnormal vascular function.
At rest, it is well understood that brachial systolic BP is not the same as central systolic BP, as PP becomes amplified with arterial waveform propagation from the large central elastic arteries towards the smaller, more muscular peripheral arteries .
A review of the original sources from these guidelines reveals an overall lack of empirical evidence to support both the normal blood pressure responses and their upper limits.
Farah R, Shurtz-Swirski R, Nicola M. Maximum systolic and diastolic blood pressure during an initial Balke treadmill test were used to predict subsequent resting HT over an average period of 32 months.exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise testing, the widespread use of exaggerated blood pressure responses as a clinical tool is limited due to sparse and inconsistent data. Kjeldsen, MD, PhD, Division of Cardiology, Department of Internal Medicine, Ullevaal Hospital, N-0407 Oslo, Norway.
Dela F, Mohr T, Jensen CM, Haahr HL, Secher NH, Biering-Sorensen F, et al. American College of Sports Medicine. Future Development of Hypertension Numerous studies have examined the ability of an HRE to predict the future development of hypertension, although among this work there is wide variability in relation to study design, participant clinical characteristics and the criteria used to define an HRE [,,,,]. Evidence-based risk assessment and recommendations for physical activity clearance: established cardiovascular disease.
Autonomic function following cervical spinal cord injury. Long-term hemodynamic effects at rest and during exercise of newer antihypertensive agents and salt restriction in essential hypertension: review of epanolol, doxazosin, amlodipine, felodipine, diltiazem, lisinopril, dilevalol, carvedilol, and ketanserin. Early prediction of hypertension using exercise blood pressure.
Protocol Informed consent was obtained from all subjects. Geddes LA, Voelz M, Combs C, Reiner D, Babbs CF. During a follow-up of 31 984 patient-years average, 16 years235 subjects had myocardial infarctions, of which 143 were nonfatal and 92 were fatal.
However, the high-risk exaggerated responders had blunting in peripheral resistance decline, resulting in excessive BP increases. It is generally well known that abnormally low exercise BP is a poor prognostic sign related to cardiac dysfunction and an indication for stopping an exercise test [,]. Keller K, Stelzer K, Ostad MA, Post F. Find more information about: OCLC Number: 4337184 Notes: "UO-78 267.
SBP indicates systolic blood pressure.
In this respect, our data may be of greater importance in a physically active population than in a sedentary population.
Skretteberg PT, Grundvold I, Kjeldsen SE, Engeseth K, Liestol K, Erikssen G, Erikssen J, Gjesdal K, Bodegard J.