Heart rate (HR) and mean arterial pressures
(MAP) were recorded before the administration of the study drug at baseline (T-0), 3 minutes after study drug administration(T-1), immediately after tracheal intubation (T-2) and then after every 1 minute upto 5 minutes (T3-7) and after 10 minutes of intubation (T-8).
Finally, in independent models, better overall dental health was associated with lower levels of CRP (models 13 to 15), unrelated to the effects of the demographic variables and after controlling for BMI, total cholesterol or mean arterial pressure
. However, it was associated with a trend toward higher levels of adiponectin (models 16 to 18), independent of the effects of the demographic variables and after controlling for BMI or total cholesterol.
For the analysis of continuously measured blood pressure using the FINAPRES we referred to mean arterial pressure
. Due to errors of measurement, data of only 63 participants could be analyzed.
For both groups mean arterial pressure
(MAP) and mean heart rate were recorded at baseline 0 (before oxytocin infusion), 1, 3, 5, 10, 15 minute (after oxytocin infusion) and values at 0, 1, 3, 5, 10, 15 minutes was compared between both the groups.
In septic shock, several small randomized control trials support the use of methylene blue, suggesting improved hemodynamics through increase in mean arterial pressure
and systemic vascular resistance but no mortality benefit, likely a factor of the small sample sizes .
We found that smoking, systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, mean arterial pressure
and the proportion of internal arteriovenous fistula were significantly higher in the PH group than in the non-PH group.
Arterial stiffness parameters including mean arterial pressure
(MAP), pulse pressure (PP), PWV (m/s), and augmentation index (AI) are directly proportional to the risk of MACE [8-10].
After the bolus of magnesium, mean heart rate was higher and mean arterial pressure
was lower in the magnesium group than in the placebo group.
It is likely that aortic regurgitation, even though mild, greatly contributed to the pressurisation of the left heart, so LV end-diastolic pressure rapidly equalised with mean arterial pressure
, with minimal further flow into or out of the left heart, explaining why AV remained open during diastole.
After adjustment for age, sex, race, mean arterial pressure
by mercury sphygmomanometry, and lipids, patients with type 1 diabetes had a significantly thicker internal cIMT, compared with controls (mean, 0.56 mm vs.
The following hemodynamic parameters were estimated: heart rate (HR), mean arterial pressure
(MAP), cardiac index (CI), stroke index (SI) and total peripheral resistance (TPR).
Patency and stenosis rate following surgery were not significantly different between three groups (p<0.05) At postoperative 2nd month, mean arterial pressure
, both the velocity and flow volumes at systolic and diastolic phases, in the venous grafts of the remaining 25 subjects were measured.