Selective attenuation of carotid-cardiac responses to hypertension at the onset of static handgrip in humans [abstract]

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Selective attenuation of carotid-cardiac responses to hypertension at the onset of static handgrip in humans [abstract]

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Title: Selective attenuation of carotid-cardiac responses to hypertension at the onset of static handgrip in humans [abstract]
Author: Deo, Shekhar H.; Young, Colin Neal, 1981-; Fairfax, Seth T.
Keywords: blood pressure
heart rate
Date: 2010-11-11
Abstract: Previous studies have indicated that at the onset of exercise cardiac baroreflex function is reduced in an intensity-dependent manner, which appears to be mediated by a blunted ability to buffer hypertensive challenges. However, whether cardiac baroreflex responses to a hypotensive stimulus are altered at exercise onset is unclear.
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