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Data on the anthropometric variables body mass, height, waist circumference and hip circumference were collected and systolic and diastolic arterial blood pressures were measured.
An example of the above may be statistically significant correlations between systolic arterial blood pressure, systolic ocular perfusion pressure, diastolic ocular perfusion pressure and blood flow parameters in the PCAs revealed in our study.
Parsippany, NJ, USA) for the measurement of mean arterial blood pressure (MAP).
Moreover, pentaglobin therapy had no negative effect on non-invasive arterial blood pressure, oxygen saturation, or other haematologic values.
The device records PWV, arterial blood pressure, electrocardiogram, and heart sounds simultaneously.
In a study of the short-term effects of ambient air pollutants and temperature on arterial blood pressure in 70 people with type 2 diabetes mellitus, they found opposing effects-fine particulate matter ([PM.
Results showed that average arterial blood pressure rose by 1.
On the other hand, ketamine a phencyclidine derivative when used in sub-anaesthetic doses produces analgesia while preserving airway patency, increases heart rate and arterial blood pressure by activation of the sympathetic nervous system and reduces the incidence of spinal anaesthesia induced hypotension (11).
High blood pressure is classed as a chronic medical condition in which arterial blood pressure is raised, making the heart work harder thus tiring and weakening it sooner.
His arterial blood pressure was also extremely low and he had to be resuscitated both before and during surgery.
Indirect measurement of instantaneous arterial blood pressure in the rat.