Brachial flow-mediated vasodilator responses in population-based research: methods, reproducibility and effects of age, gender and baseline diameter.

@article{Herrington2001BrachialFV,
  title={Brachial flow-mediated vasodilator responses in population-based research: methods, reproducibility and effects of age, gender and baseline diameter.},
  author={David M. Herrington and Lie-ying Fan and Melissa Drum and Ward A. Riley and Benjamin E Pusser and John Robert Crouse and Gregory L Burke and Mary Ann Mcburnie and Timothy M. Morgan and Mark A. Espeland},
  journal={Journal of cardiovascular risk},
  year={2001},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={319-28}
}
BACKGROUND Brachial artery ultrasound has been proposed as an inexpensive, accurate way to assess cardiovascular risk in populations. However, analysis and interpretation of these data are not uniform. METHODS We analysed the relationship between relative and absolute changes in brachial artery diameter in response to flow-mediated dilation and age, gender and baseline diameter among 4,040 ultrasound examinations from subjects aged 14 to 98 years. RESULTS Reproducibility studies… CONTINUE READING
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