Nitric oxide does not significantly contribute to changes in pulse pressure amplification during light aerobic exercise.

@article{Sharman2008NitricOD,
  title={Nitric oxide does not significantly contribute to changes in pulse pressure amplification during light aerobic exercise.},
  author={James E Sharman and Carmel M McEniery and Ross Campbell and Pawan Pusalkar and Ian B. Wilkinson and Jeff S Coombes and John R. Cockcroft},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={2008},
  volume={51 4},
  pages={
          856-61
        }
}
NO modulates resting blood pressure and wave reflection. The effect of NO on exercise central hemodynamics is unknown but has important implications relating to cardiovascular risk. The aim of this study was to determine the contribution of NO to pulse pressure (PP) amplification and wave reflection during exercise. Twelve healthy men aged 29+/-1 years (mean+/-SEM) undertook cycle exercise at 60% of their maximal heart rate. Noninvasive measures of central blood pressure, estimated aortic pulse… CONTINUE READING

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