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Comparison of Mean Arterial Pressure in normal BMI and abnormal BMI group.
systolic arterial pressure Doppler; SAP = systolic arterial pressure; MAP = mean arterial pressure; DAP = diastolic arterial pressure.
Forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), forced vital capacity (FVC), six minutes walking distance and pulmonary arterial pressure were recorded after treatment.
Intra-operative mean arterial pressure of all the patients was recorded at the time of bolus, then after 2min, 5min, 10 min and 15 min.
Non-invasive continuous arterial pressure and cardiac index monitoring with Nexfin after cardiac surgery.
Relationship between intraoperative mean arterial pressure and clinical outcomes after noncardiac surgery: Toward an empirical definition of hypotension.
Systolic pulmonary arterial pressure was calculated by modified Bernoulli equation, in which SPAP = 4 x TRVmax2 + right atrial pressure, where TRVmax was maximal velocity of tricuspid insufficiency.
Additionally, minoxidil treatment had no effect on salt intake or mean arterial pressure in support of our hypothesis that the development of hypertension is not affected by total peripheral resistance.
Adrenalin infusion dose is semi-automatically titrated according to the feedback from a device for continuous noninvasive measuring of arterial pressure (CNAP[TM]) using the finger cuff method (Draeger Medical, Germany).
11) Injections of neurotensin into the VTA have no effect on mean arterial pressure and heart rate but significantly potentiated the pressor response to intravenous administration of vasopressin.
2 mg kg-1 prevents a marked rise in heart rate and mean arterial pressure associated with laryngoscopy and orotracheal intubation.
Great variations existed between the frequency of high blood pressure alterations in the different studies investigated, which may be due to different methodologies with regard to sampling methods, to the size and characteristics of the sample, to the quality of measuring tools and employed technique, and to the number of verifications and WC points for the classification of arterial pressure.

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