Influences of exercise intensity, age, and medication on resting systolic blood pressure of SHR populations.

@article{Tipton1983InfluencesOE,
  title={Influences of exercise intensity, age, and medication on resting systolic blood pressure of SHR populations.},
  author={Charles M. Tipton and Ronald D. Matthes and K D Marcus and K A Rowlett and Joel R. Leininger},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology: respiratory, environmental and exercise physiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={55 4},
  pages={1305-10}
}
The influence of exercise training on the resting caudal arterial blood pressures (RBP) of hypertensive rats is unclear despite numerous investigations by different investigators. To determine whether RBP values were influenced by the intensity and the initial age of the animal at the time of training, several studies were undertaken that involved more than 100 rats. When male and female rats were endurance trained for 24 wk at an O2 consumption in excess of 75% of their maximum (Vo2 max), RBP… CONTINUE READING

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