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Plasma renin response to graded exercise in borderline hypertensive young males
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|Statement||by Josephine Will.|
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|Pagination||viii, 55 leaves|
|Number of Pages||55|
Evaluation and treatment of hypertension in active individuals. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 30, No. 10(Suppl.), pp. SS, Hypertension is a very common vascular disease. It is seen in adolescents, obese persons, postmenopausal women, and the elderly.A nonpharmacologic approach to treatment is a critical first step in management. T1 - Hypertensive response with exercise does not increase the prevalence of abnormal Tcm SPECT Stress Perfusion Images. AU - Kane, Garvan C. AU - Askew, John W. AU - Chareonthaitawee, Panithaya. AU - Miller, Todd D. AU - Gibbons, Raymond J. PY - /5/1. Y1 - Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Plasma renin response to graded exercise in borderline hypertensive young males. [Josephine Will]. Blood pressure and plasma renin activity responses to chronic stress in the borderline hypertensive rat. PHYSIOL BEHAV 32(1)The purpose of this study was to examine the systolic blood pressure and plasma renin activity (PRA) responses to chronic stress in normotensive rats and in rats with one hypertensive by: The principal findings in this large community based cohort of hypertensive subjects are that the distribution of PRA levels is very wide among hypertensive patients, that a high renin patient is more likely to be young, non-African American, and male, whereas a low renin patient is more likely to be African by: The increase of mean systolic blood pressure amounted to ± mmHg which was equal to 28% of the resting value.
Female subjects completed their exercise test at the mean workload of ± (W) with the heart rate values of ± bpm, systolic arterial blood pressure ±and diastolic blood pressure ± mmHg, whereas males Cited by: 6.
Prognostic importance. It is well documented in large prospective epidemiological trials that high blood pressure at rest results in fatal and nonfatal cardiovascular events .There are conflicting data related with the prognostic importance of increased hypertensive response to exercise , some data showed that exercise hypertension has an independent, adverse Cited by: PLASMA RENIN ACTIVITY IN HYPERTENSIVE DISEASES Y ASUNOBU lT ASAKA 2nd Department of Surgery, School of Medicine Nagoya University (Director: Prof.
Shin Hoshikawa) ABSTRACT Plasma renin activity was determined in normotensive and hypertensive human subjects by a modification of the method of Boucher and co-workers. #), due to a gain-of-function mutation in the sodium channel gene, is associated with HTN, low plasma renin and aldosterone levels, and hypokalemia.
PHA2, or Gordon syndrome (MIM #), is due to the aorta is the primary cardiac cause of HTN. The classic findings are HTN in the upper extremities, diminished or delayed femoral pulses, and low or. Objectives We sought to characterize patients with a hypertensive response during exercise echocardiography and its effect on results of the test.
Background A hypertensive response to exercise has been shown to cause false-positive results in perfusion imaging, radionuclide angiography and exercise electrocardiography, but its influence on exercise Cited by: A hypertensive response to exercise (HRE) is frequently observed in individuals without hypertension or other cardiovascular disease.
However, mechanisms and clinical implication of HRE is not fully elucidated. Endothelial dysfunction and increased stiffness of large artery contribute to development of HRE.
From neurohormonal aspects, excess stimulation of Cited by: To study the relationship between plasma renin activity (PRA) and coffee consumption, cigarette smoking, alcohol intake and physical activity habits. Setting: The multicentre HARVEST trial, involving 17 Hospital Centres in Northeast Italy.
Subjects: borderline to mild hypertensive men (mean age ± SEM ± years), never treated for Cited by: The diagnostic and prognostic implication of exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise has been controversial, with opinions ranging from a benign process to a harbinger of potential cardiovascular morbidity.
Nonetheless, lowering of blood pressure and prevention of hypertension is in first instance preferable by lifestyle changes, and many studies have shown Cited by: 2. Inhibition of renin activity has long been considered to be the logical step to interrupt the renin angiotensin aldosterone system which becomes the cornerstone to retard the progression of Chronic Kidney Disease.
Currently, little is known about the impact of aerobic exercise on the plasma renin in chronic kidney disease patients. Aim of this study was to investigate the Author: Hala Ezz Aldeen, Mariam Elsayed Abd Elaal, Wael Fouad Hussein Nassar, Khaled Kheder Alkhoudari.
The present data on young women resemble our previously reported study of young borderline hypertensive men. 23 They are also in accord with the “classic” studies on exercise response in male patients with borderline hypertension, showing that blood pressure response to dynamic exercise in the young patients resembles that seen in normal Cited by: 7.
Previous observations have demonstrated a consistant but variable increase in PRA during prolonged, heavy exercise . During short, graded exercise, the rise in PRA is correlated to that of the work load, as well as to an increase in plasma norepinephrine . Besides, in heavy exercise, the renal blood flow is greatly reduced [2, 4].Cited by: The prevalence of abnormal blood pressure behavior during exercise was % (n = 15).
During follow-up established hypertension developed in % (n = 10) of subjects with an abnormal blood pressure response to exercise, and only in 15% (n = 2) of subjects with normal blood pressure by: Reduction of plasma aldosterone and arterial stiffness in obese pre- and stage1 hypertensive subjects after aerobic exercise.
By: AM Moody, SR Collier, CD Curry, K Sandberg, V Frechette, H Ji, R Gowdar, D Chaudhuri and M Meucci Abstract Obesity-related hypertension is associated with increased activity of the renin-angiotensin. Plasma renin activity during supine exercise in offspring of hypertensive parents Plasma renin activity during supine exercise in offspring of hypertensive parents Alfred F.
Fasola, B. Martz, and Oscar M. Helmer 25, No. APPIXED 4, October PHYS~LOGY Prinied in W.S.A. Plasma offspring of hypertensive parents in ALFRED F. FASOLA, B. A trend of plasma renin activity among hypertensive patients in Basra. Urol Nephrol Open Access J. ;3(6)‒ DOI: /unoaj Table 2 shows correlation of many studied variable with the plasma renin.
In all age groups, the plasma renin was frequently high. Reduction of plasma aldosterone and arterial stiffness in obese pre- and stage1 hypertensive subjects after aerobic exercise Article (PDF Available) in Journal of human hypertension 29(1). Results are contradictory, with some studies reporting a major responsiveness of low-renin hypertensive patients to the putative antisodium-volume drugs 92–94 and others failing to do so.
95–98 In a small trial, PRA levels were inversely related to blood pressure response to therapy with a thiazide diuretic. 68 In a week trial 96 with. Visit by visit description Guidelines 2 (for unsuccessfully treated hypertensive patients) are similar to Guidelines 1 (for untreated patients) except (1) ACEIs and ARBs can be stopped in patients with low PRA.
Exercise hypertension is an excessive rise in blood pressure during exercise. Many of those with exercise hypertension have spikes in systolic pressure to mmHg or greater. A rise in systolic blood pressure to over mmHg when exercising at W is pathological and a rise in pressure over mmHg needs to be controlled by the appropriate lty: Cardiologist.
BP was recorded at rest and during brief low-level cycling exercise (% of age-predicted maximal heart rate) in 75 untreated subjects with a hypertensive response to exercise (aged 54 ±. Various diagnostic methods have been used to evaluate hypertensive patients under physical and pharmacological stress.
Several studies have shown that exercise hypertension has an independent, adverse impact on outcome; however, other prognostic studies have shown that exercise hypertension is a favorable prognostic indicator and associated with.
Six weeks later, I took a stress echo, both as follow-up on my CAD and to check for a hypertensive response. At 16 minutes, my HR of had not changed for 60 seconds, and the test was getting to be not fun, so I asked to stop.
Surprisingly, maximum SBP was only (no change in meds). EKG and echo were normal, and I felt no pain. argument is that 70% of essential hypertension is secondary to high plasma renin activity (PRA > ng/ml/h), the so-called "high-renin hypertension", and therefore responds best to ant-renin drugs such as ace-inhibitors, angiotensin receptor blockers, or beta-blockers.
The remaining 30% of. e introduction of the aldosterone–renin ratio as the screening test for primary aldosteronism led to the recognition of primary aldosteronism patients with normal PAC (nPA).
However, there is no information on the risk of primary aldosteronism including nPA. Method: In this retrospectively and cross-sectional study, the clinical features and CCV event risk of primary aldosteronism at.
The renin-angiotensin system was studied in patients with bilateral renal-artery stenosis, renal-artery stenosis to a transplanted kidney, unilateral renal-artery stenosis with a severely diseased contralateral kidney, and coarctation of the aorta.
All these patients had normal or low plasma renin activity while on an unrestricted salt by: a) aerobic training can increase plasma norepinephrine levels leading to a hypertensive response b) aerobic exercise training can alter kidney function ad improve BP in patients with essential hypertension c) aerobic exercise training can result in unfavorable increases in BP responses in patients with low BP.
(kg)/Height2 (m2) and was graded as per the WHO - International Classification of BMI: Normal –, Overweight 25–30, Obese ≥ In addition, a structured questionnaire with questions on sociodemographic characteristics (age, gender, em-ployment status, marital status, and smoking status), dieting and physical activity was administered.
physical exercise in hypertensive patients and concluded that, despite a pronounced decrease in angiotensin II forma-tion, captopril did not change the response of blood pres-sure to exercise. In our study, the group of angiotensin-con-verting enzyme inhibitors was the least effective one in controlling blood pressure under stress.
However, we. If a young woman has high plasma levels of T3, cortisol, and renin activity but her blood pressure is only slightly elevated and she has no symptoms or signs of thyrotoxicosis or Cushing syndrome, the most likely explanation is that: she is in the third trimester of pregnancy.
Full development and function of the seminiferous tubules require. Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Blood Pressure Levels of Resistant Hypertensive Subjects The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Listing a study does not mean it has been. Exercise is a non-pharmacologic agent widely used for hypertension control, where low intensity is often associated with blood pressure reduction.
Maximal lactate steady state (MLSS) was recently identified in spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHRs) as an important step in establishing secure intensities for prescribing exercise for hypertensive phenotypes.
The cardiovascular response to isometric exercise has been studied majorly in young adult males. The vascular wall becomes less elastic and stiffer with the advancement of age (Nichols et al., ; O’Rourke, ; and Cheitlin, ). There are very few studies that have compared the isometric exercise response in younger and elderly.
1 Normal and Abnormal Exercise Response Potential Measurements aSigns and symptoms aHeart rate and blood pressure aEKG aCardiac output, stroke volume aVO2 aAnaerobic threshold aO2 pulse aSystolic time interval aSkin temperature aWall motion aHeart sounds aNot just HR and BP!.
Signs and Symptoms aNormal Response `flush skin, moist `shortness of File Size: KB. Due to a poor response to ACE inhibitors, the mainstay of treatment was comprised of both beta-blocking agents and calcium channel blockers.
Plasma renin concentrations were not measured. Discussion. The main therapeutic strategy of Page Kidney is based on controlling the associated hypertensive disorder [1, 2].Cited by: 3.
Objectives We sought to determine if a hypertensive response to exercise (HRE) is associated with myocardial changes consistent with early hypertensive heart disease.
Background An HRE predicts the development of chronic hypertension (HT) and may reflect a preclinical stage of HT. Methods Patients with a normal left ventricular (LV) ejection fraction Cited by: INTRA-ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE RESPONSE IN HYPERTENSIVE SUBJECTS DURING LOW- AND HIGH-INTENSITY RESISTANCE EXERCISE Sandra de Souza Nery, I Ricardo Saraceni Gomides, Giovanio Vieira da Silva,II Claudia Lucia de Moraes Forjaz,I Décio Mion Jr,II Tais TinucciI doi: /S Hypertension (HTN or HT), also known as high blood pressure (HBP), is a long-term medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is persistently elevated.
High blood pressure typically does not cause symptoms. Long-term high blood pressure, however, is a major risk factor for coronary artery disease, stroke, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, peripheral arterial Causes: Usually lifestyle and genetic factors.
The effects of dynamic exercise on the acute recovery blood pressure (BP) were studied in normotensive and hypertensive subjects. Three groups [eight normotensives, age 19 to 29 yr (N1); eight normotensives, age 35 to 62 yr (N2); and eight hypertensives, age 44 to 57 yr (H)] were tested over three separate by: Point 1: where diuretics would act.
Blunt the compensatory response to decrease in arterial pressure. Point 2: effects of the beta antagonists 1. Stimulation of beta-1 adrenergic receptor will: Increase heart rate Increase contractility Increase renin release 2.Heart Rate and Blood Pressure Response During Exercise and Sexual Activity in Normotensive and Hypertensive Volunteers (SEXERRCISE) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.