Correlation of Cardiac Markers and Biomarkers With Blood Pressure of Middle-Aged Marathon Runners.

@article{Kim2015CorrelationOC,
  title={Correlation of Cardiac Markers and Biomarkers With Blood Pressure of Middle-Aged Marathon Runners.},
  author={Young-Joo Kim and Jae Ki Ahn and K Shin and Chul-Hyun Kim and Yoon-Hee Lee and Kyoung-Min Park},
  journal={Journal of clinical hypertension},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 11},
  pages={868-73}
}
Runners with exercise-induced high blood pressure have recently been reported to exhibit higher levels of cardiac markers, vasoconstrictors, and inflammation. The authors attempted to identify correlations between exercise-related personal characteristics and the levels of biochemical/cardiac markers in marathon runners in this study. Forty healthy runners were enrolled. Blood samples were taken both before and after finishing a full marathon. The change in each cardiac/biochemical marker over… CONTINUE READING

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