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To conclude, this study clearly demonstrates that depression is associated with a significant cardiac autonomic imbalance in spite of the limitations of the study in the form of hierarchically lower study design.
Several factors support that PM-mediated acute autonomic imbalance was responsible for the observed hemodynamic changes.
A delayed heart rate recovery may be a reflection of autonomic imbalance resulting from a reduction in vagal tone or an exaggerated sympathetic activation (38), (39).
Police quoted Shimizu as saying he had obtained some 1,800 tablets by prescription to treat an autonomic imbalance since around 1992.
Published results of the DINAMIT study demonstrate that - in this patient population - ICD therapy can significantly reduce the risk of sudden death in patients with a recent myocardial infarction who are at high risk of arrhythmic death due to extensive myocardial scarring and autonomic imbalance, but that ICD therapy does not result in reduction in total mortality.
We do not yet know whether autonomic imbalance causes insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome or is simply the result.
During acute stress there is inhomogeneity of repolarization that may be due to autonomic imbalance.
showed that QTc interval change is assocated with autonomic imbalance.
The literature shows that there is increased risk of severe cardiovascular events after exercise, autonomic imbalance seeming to be the underlying issue (2,14).
951) hypothesized that increased risk of triggered arrhythmias 1 day after DE exposure would be mediated by airway sensory nerves bearing transient receptor potential (TRP) channels that, when activated by noxious chemicals, cause a centrally mediated autonomic imbalance and heightened risk of arrhythmia.
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