Spectral analysis of heart rate in diabetic autonomic neuropathy. A comparison with standard tests of autonomic function.

@article{Freeman1991SpectralAO,
  title={Spectral analysis of heart rate in diabetic autonomic neuropathy. A comparison with standard tests of autonomic function.},
  author={Roy Freeman and Jerome Philip Saul and Mark S. Roberts and Ronald D. Berger and Carl Broadbridge and Richard J. Cohen},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1991},
  volume={48 2},
  pages={185-90}
}
Power spectral analysis of the heart rate was compared with standard tests of autonomic function performed on 15 insulin-dependent diabetic patients with symptoms of autonomic dysfunction. The high-frequency power, low-frequency power, and total power of the heart rate power spectrum measured in the supine position--possible measures of parasympathetic nervous system function--were significant predictors of the expiratory-inspiratory ratio, the beat-to-beat heart rate difference on deep… CONTINUE READING

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