Baroreflex sensitivity, heart rate, and blood pressure variability in normal pregnancy.

@article{Voss2000BaroreflexSH,
  title={Baroreflex sensitivity, heart rate, and blood pressure variability in normal pregnancy.},
  author={Andreas Voss and Hagen Malberg and Agnes Schumann and Niels Wessel and T Walther and Holger Stepan and Renaldo Faber},
  journal={American journal of hypertension},
  year={2000},
  volume={13 11},
  pages={1218-25}
}
Heart rate variability is a relevant predictor of cardiovascular risk in humans. However, to use heart and blood pressure (BP) variability or baroreflex sensitivity as markers for hypertensive pregnancy disorders, it is first necessary to describe these parameters in normal pregnancy. To accommodate the complexities of autonomic cardiovascular control we added parameter domains of nonlinear dynamics to conventional linear methods of time and frequency domains. The BP of 27 women with normal… CONTINUE READING

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