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Cardiac sympathetic afferent reflex and its implications for sympathetic activation in chronic heart failure and hypertension

02.01.2015 | Wei‐Wei Chen, Xiao‐Qing Xiong, Qi Chen, Yue‐Hua Li, Yu‐Ming Kang, Guo‐Qing Zhu, Acta Physiologica, 2015

Abstract Persistent excessive sympathetic activation greatly contributes to the pathogenesis of chronic heart failure (CHF) and hypertension. Cardiac sympathetic afferent reflex (CSAR) is a sympathoexcitatory reflex with positive feedback characteristics. Humoral factors such as bradykinin, ...


The Case |[verbar]| Hypertension and neuropathy after travel

01.01.2015 | Ananda Chapagain; Silvia Marino; Neil Ashman, Kidney International, 2015

The Case | Hypertension and neuropathy after travel Kidney International 87, 247 (January 2015). doi:10.1038/ki.2013.551 Authors: Ananda Chapagain, Silvia Marino & Neil Ashman


Acute and training effects of resistance exercise on heart rate variability

18.12.2014 | J. Derek Kingsley, Arturo Figueroa, Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, 2014

Summary Heart rate variability (HRV) has been used as a non‐invasive method to evaluate heart rate (HR) regulation by the parasympathetic and sympathetic divisions of the autonomic nervous system. In this review, we discuss the effect of resistance exercise both acutely and after training on ...


Arterial pre‐hypertension and hypertension in intracranial versus extracranial cerebrovascular stenosis

16.12.2014 | D. Wang, Y. Zhou, Y. Guo, C. Wang, A. Wang, Z. Jin, X. Gao, S. Wu, X. Zhao, J. B. Jonas, European Journal of Neurology, 2014

Background and purpose Since it has remained unclear whether arterial pre‐hypertension is a risk factor for cerebrovascular diseases, potential associations between arterial pre‐hypertension and intracranial arterial stenosis (ICAS) and extracranial arterial stenosis (ECAS) were ...


Cardiovascular and respiratory responses to chronic intermittent hypoxia in adult female rats

16.12.2014 | George Miguel P. R. Souza, Leni G.H. Bonagamba, Mateus R. Amorim, Davi J.A. Moraes, Benedito H. Machado, Experimental Physiology, 2014

Adult male rats develop hypertension in response to chronic intermittent hypoxia (CIH). Female rats are known to be protected against the development of hypertension in several experimental models. In this study we aimed to verify whether the development of hypertension was also prevented in ...


Inflammation and oxidative stress during intermittent hypoxia: The impact on chemoreception

16.12.2014 | Rodrigo Iturriaga, Esteban A Moya, Rodrigo Del Rio, Experimental Physiology, 2014

Chronic intermittent hypoxia (CIH), the main characteristic of obstructive sleep apnoea, enhances carotid body (CB) chemosensory discharges during normoxia and hypoxia, and elicits hypertension. These alterations are attributed to oxidative stress, since antioxidants prevent the enhanced CB ...


The crosstalk between the kidney and the central nervous system: The role of renal nerves in blood pressure regulation

12.12.2014 | Erika E. Nishi, Cassia T. Bergamaschi, Ruy R. Campos, Experimental Physiology, 2014

The sympathetic nervous system influences the renal regulation of arterial pressure and body fluid composition. Anatomical and physiological evidence has shown that sympathetic nerves mediate changes in urinary sodium and water excretion by regulating the renal tubular water and sodium ...


Experimental Cerebral Malaria Pathogenesis—Hemodynamics at the Blood Brain Barrier

04.12.2014 | Adéla Nacer et al., PLoS Pathogens, 2014

by Adéla Nacer, Alexandru Movila, Fabien Sohet, Natasha M. Girgis, Uma Mahesh Gundra, P'ng Loke, Richard Daneman, Ute Frevert Cerebral malaria claims the lives of over 600,000 African children every year. To better understand the pathogenesis of this devastating disease, we compared the ...


Implications of the rapid onset exercise pressor reflex in hypertension

04.12.2014 | A J Ross; M D Muller, Journal of Human Hypertension, 2014

Implications of the rapid onset exercise pressor reflex in hypertension Journal of Human Hypertension advance online publication, December 4 2014. doi:10.1038/jhh.2014.107 Authors: A J Ross & M D Muller


Increased risk of ischaemic stroke among patients with multiple sclerosis

29.11.2014 | C.‐H. Tseng, W.‐S. Huang, C.‐L. Lin, Y.‐J. Chang, European Journal of Neurology, 2014

Background and purpose Inflammatory processes including autoimmune diseases which ignite endothelial dysfunction and atherosclerosis may promote development of cardiovascular diseases including ischaemic stroke. This study aimed to evaluate whether multiple sclerosis (MS) increases stroke ...


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