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OBJECTIVE To assess the potential clinical use, particularly in modulating stress, of changes in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems induced by music, specifically tempo, rhythm, melodic… (More)
Sympathetic hyperactivity and parasympathetic withdrawal may cause and sustain hypertension. This autonomic imbalance is in turn related to a reduced or reset arterial baroreflex sensitivity and… (More)
BACKGROUND It is well established that a depressed baroreflex sensitivity may adversely influence the prognosis in patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) and in those with previous myocardial… (More)
Slow breathing increases cardiac-vagal baroreflex sensitivity (BRS), improves oxygen saturation, lowers blood pressure, and reduces anxiety. Within the yoga tradition slow breathing is often paired… (More)
Controlled slow breathing (at 6/min, a rate frequently adopted during yoga practice) can benefit cardiovascular function, including responses to hypoxia. We tested the neural substrates of… (More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the possible causes of abnormal blood pressure control in light chain related (primary, AL) amyloidosis. DESIGN Cardiovascular, autonomic, and respiratory response to… (More)
Vengono descritte le proprietà di una serie di peptidi sintetici affini alla ceruleina e si discutono brevemente i rapporti fra attività e struttura.
BACKGROUND Left and right carotid baroreflex afferents participate in generating the spontaneous variability of heart rate (HR), arterial pressure (AP), and muscle sympathetic nerve activity (MSNA),… (More)
The synthesis and the antiprolactin activity of a group of 8-acetylergolines are reported.