Reflex control of heart rate in normal subjects in relation to age: A data base for cardiac vagal neuropathy

@article{Wieling1982ReflexCO,
  title={Reflex control of heart rate in normal subjects in relation to age: A data base for cardiac vagal neuropathy},
  author={Wouter Wieling and J. F. M. van Brederode and L. G. de Rijk and Cornelius Borst and Arend J. Dunning},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={1982},
  volume={22},
  pages={163-166}
}
We examined the heart rate changes induced by forced breathing and by standing up in 133 healthy subjects in the age range 10–65 years in order to establish a data base for studies on parasympathetic heart rate control in autonomic neuropathy. Test results declined with age. Log-transformation was used to define the lower limit of normal (P0.10) and an uncertainty range (values between P0.10 and P0.025). The lower limit of normal decreased from 22 to 11 beats/ min for forced breathing and from… CONTINUE READING

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