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Effect of posture on heart rate variability in school children.

@article{Nepal2012EffectOP,
  title={Effect of posture on heart rate variability in school children.},
  author={Grishma Banskota Nepal and B H Paudel},
  journal={Nepal Medical College journal : NMCJ},
  year={2012},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={
          298-302
        }
}
Heart rate variability (HRV) refers to the beat-to-beat alteration in cardiac cycle length. The objective is to study effect of posture on HRV. Five minutes ECG of children (12 females and 20 males) with mean height 138.88 +/- 11.88 cm, weight 27.66 +/- 5.87 kg and BMI 16.11 +/- 1.38 kg/m(2) were recorded in supine, sitting and standing position. HRV parameters were compared by one-way ANOVA and Bonferroni test. Standing decreases Mean interval between successive RR waves (622.69 +/- 83.24 ms… Expand
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