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Weight loss clearly lowers arterial pressure, preload, afterload, and sympathetic stimulation to the cardiovascular system.
Semi-invasive monitoring of cardiac output by a new device using arterial pressure waveform analysis: a comparison with intermittent pulmonary artery thermodilution in patients undergoing cardiac surgery.
Cardiac output derived from arterial pressure waveform analysis in patients undergoing cardiac surgery: validity of a second generation device.
In cases of high blood pressure, the values above which mortality rates increase were a diastolic of 105 mm Hg, a systolic of 220 mm Hg, and a mean arterial pressure of 135 mm Hg, she said.
The presence of plaques was linked to a 57% increase in the risk of cardiovascular death over the 10-year period after adjustment for conventional risk factors for cardiovascular death including age, cholesterol levels, smoking status, fasting glucose levels, gender, mean arterial pressure, pulse pressure, and prior cardiovascular disease.
The second generation PADnet Lab eliminates the use of the Doppler procedure and, instead, uses an oscillometric method caused by the arterial pressure pulse for calculating the ABI.
The normal arterial pressure in most healthy young men appears to be 110 to 130 mmHg in the sitting position.
The sealant, which has been designed to cure in 15 seconds, was applied over the top of the suture line and immediately stopped the bleeding through the needle holes created when the artificial graft was sutured in place and the artery-graft junction was exposed to full arterial pressure.
They experienced significant decreases in mean systolic pulmonary arterial pressure, from a baseline of 50 mm Hg to 40 mm Hg.
Renin plays a key role in the regulation of blood volume, arterial pressure, and cardiac and vascular function by serving as the first component of the renin-angiotensin system.
She required cautious intravascular resuscitation with fluid and a noradrenaline infusion to maintain a mean arterial pressure above 70 mmHg.
NEW ORLEANS -- When is a normal pulmonary arterial pressure abnormal?

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