Non-invasive assessment of the changes in static and oscillatory components of peripheral pressure/flow relationships produced by moderate exercise in humans.


OBJECTIVE The generalized sympathetic activation induced by exercise is accompanied by an increase in heart rate, blood pressure and vascular resistance in non-exercising vascular beds. The aim of the present study was to test the feasibility of assessing, non-invasively, the static and oscillatory pressure/flow relationships of peripheral arteries and… (More)