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The postulated mechanisms for alterations in the haemodynamics are narrowing of arterial lumen, suppression of baroreceptor reflex and increased sympathetic activity.
Mulder, "Assessment of baroreceptor reflex sensitivity by means of spectral analysis," Hypertension, vol.
Stamatelopoulos et al., "Baroreceptor reflex sensitivity is associated with arterial stiffness in a population of normotensive and hypertensive patients," Blood Pressure Monitoring, vol.
These findings are worth noting because OT reduces cardiovascular responses to acute stress in rats (23) and modulates baroreceptor reflex responses (24).
Inhibition of arterial baroreceptor reflex during coronary artery occlusion.
Beat-to-beat short-term regulation of blood pressure is provided by a spontaneous reflex called the baroreceptor reflex.
This may be triggered by stimulation of the carotid baroreceptor reflex via cardiac hypercontractility, inadequate cardiac filling, or volume depletion.