Spectral analysis of cooling induced hemodynamic perturbations indicates involvement of sympathetic activation and nitric oxide production in rats.

@article{Liu2015SpectralAO,
  title={Spectral analysis of cooling induced hemodynamic perturbations indicates involvement of sympathetic activation and nitric oxide production in rats.},
  author={Yia-Ping Liu and Yi-Hsien Lin and Yu-Chun Chen and Po-Lei Lee and Che-Se Tung},
  journal={Life sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={136},
  pages={19-27}
}
AIMS Oscillations in arterial pressure and heart period in response to cold stress are poorly understood. We used a telemetric device with spectral and cross-spectral analyses to assess variabilities in the heart rate (HRV) and blood pressure (BPV) of conscious rats receiving a cooling stimulus (CS) (rapid immersion of palms and soles into 4°C water) at ambient thermoneutral conditions (TC), in a cold room (CC), and when under pentobarbital anesthesia (UA). MAIN METHODS Power spectra of very… CONTINUE READING

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