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Influences of gender on sympathetic nerve responses to static exercise.
Previous studies have shown that the patients with chronic heart failure (HF) have an increased sympathetic nerve activity, leading to the highest mortality [45].
Malfunctioning sympathetic nerve cells can contribute to many disorders, including high blood pressure and other cardiac conditions.
RD procedure involves denervation of both the renal efferent sympathetic nerves and afferent sensory nerves.
This results in a sympathetic nerve tracing that has minimal noise and can be quantified as spikes (i.
The announcement from Medtronic in January has apparently brought down the curtain on the much-heralded approach to the treatment of refractory hypertension using radiofrequency renal artery sympathetic nerve ablation (RASNA) applied through the tip of the Symplicity catheter.
The announcement from Medtronic in January has apparently brought down the curtain on the much-heralded approach to the treatment of refractory hypertension using radio-frequency renal artery sympathetic nerve ablation (RASNA) applied through the tip of the Symplicity catheter.
The fall in peripheral resistance may be related to thermoregulatory vasodilatation [21], suppression in sympathetic nerve activity [19,22] or to the release of vasodilator metabolites from skeletal muscle [1, 9 23].
In a normal joint, the sympathetic nerve fibers help to regulate circulatory flow through the blood vessels.
Before and after the treatment period, the subjects underwent assessment of resting heart rate, blood pressure, muscle sympathetic nerve activity, and forearm and calf blood flow, followed by reassessment during a situation created to induce mental stress.
Normally, sympathetic nerve fibres regulate blood flow in blood vessels.