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the pressure of the circulating blood against the walls of the blood vessels

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Therefore, prevention and treatment also have to be multifaceted and involve not only the institution of dietetic management and increased physical activity, but also pharmacotherapy to rebalance lipid parameters, glycaemia and arterial blood pressure [13].
Squatting maneuver - an easy and efficient method to evaluate postural effect on human arterial blood pressure regulation.
Arterial blood pressure was measured noninvasively (Datex-Ohmeda S/5 2008).
The results of the analyses of associations between self-perceived health and sex, indicators of adiposity, arterial blood pressure and physical activity habits are shown in Table 2.
For all patients arterial blood pressure was registered minute by minute and ECG recorded continuously.
Short-term effect of dynamic exercise on arterial blood pressure.
Data on mean arterial blood pressure, measured in a supine position before CDI examination, were collected directly from the subjects.
For instance, a decrease in renal mass (a decrease in number of nephrons) to one-half or one third of normal does not usually change the long-term level of mean arterial blood pressure as long as the ratio of glomerular filtration rate and renal tubular reabsorption are constant.
Indication: Arterial Blood Pressure and Hypertension Risk
The non-invasive arterial blood pressure and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) were obtained using a Nihon Kohden vital signs monitor.
Skin blood flow rate and limb arterial blood pressure are also factors, but a patient can have good blood flow and adequate limb arterial pressure but a poor capability to transport nutrients into tissues because vessel walls are stiff and structurally difficult to penetrate.
Position did not affect heart rate, mean arterial blood pressure, or indirect blood pressure, although heart rate decreased during the anesthetic period.
The topics include arterial blood pressure waveform analysis and its applications in assessing vasovagal syncope, heart rate variability analysis for monitoring fetal distress and neonatal critical care, bariatric surgery and its effects on heart rate variability, heart rate variability in congestive heart failure, and heart rate variability and depression.
We also excluded subjects with hypertensive conditions whose arterial blood pressure was higher than 140/90 mmHg at rest during 8-12 weeks of gestation.
Systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), mean arterial pressure (MAP) and pulse pressure (PP) are easily obtainable arterial blood pressure variables.