Differences in age-independent effects of blood pressure on baroreflex sensitivity between normal and hypertensive subjects.

Abstract

Inter-relationship between age, systolic blood pressure and baroreflex sensitivity index derived from the Valsalva manoeuvre was investigated in either combined or separated groups of normal and hypertensive subjects. Both in the total population as a whole and in each blood pressure subgroup, the baroreflex sensitivity index was significantly inversely… (More)

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