Antihypertensive effect of 0.1-Hz blood pressure oscillations to the kidney.

@article{Nafz2000AntihypertensiveEO,
  title={Antihypertensive effect of 0.1-Hz blood pressure oscillations to the kidney.},
  author={B. Nafz and J. Stegemann and M. Bestle and N. Richter and E. Seeliger and I. Schimke and H. Reinhardt and P. Persson},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2000},
  volume={101 5},
  pages={
          553-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Physiological blood pressure (BP) fluctuations with frequencies >0.1 Hz can override renal blood flow autoregulation. The influence of such immediate changes in renal perfusion pressure (RPP) on daily BP regulation, eg, via shear stress-stimulated liberation of renal endothelial NO, however, is unknown. Thus, we studied the effects of such RPP oscillations on renal function and on systemic BP during the onset of renal hypertension. METHODS AND RESULTS Seven beagles (randomly… Expand
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