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Daily self-monitoring of blood pressure decreases systolic and diastolic blood pressure in hypertensive participants

"We investigated whether systemic BP monitoring and other cardiovascular events correlated to cardiovascular events lowered BP in hypertensive participants. " We randomly selected 161 participants with hypertension to monitor their BP daily, open, blinded trial, or no self-monitoring for two months in this prospective, random, open, blinded trial. The most significant endpoint was the dramatic change in systolic BP from baseline to 2 months after assignment. Systolic BP in the morning remained unchanged in the control group after two months, with a median of 139 mmHg in the BP-measurement group down to 139 mmHg from 150 mmHg in the control group. Participants with hypertension's blood pressure decreased, but non-monitoring of body fat, sleeping time, and daily step count did not help decrease BP. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00380-021-02013-8


The blood pressure response to acute exercise predicts the ambulatory blood pressure response to exercise training in patients with resistant hypertension: results from the EnRicH trial

"The blood pressure response to an acute bout of exercise is suggested by studies, and it may be related to elevated BP responses to aerobic exercise in participants with elevated BP. " This research was designed to see if the BP response to acute exercise predicts the 24-h ambulatory BP response to a 12-week exercise training program in patients with resistant hypertension who completed the EnRicH trial's exercise arm. After acute exercise, the decreases in 24-h systolic BP after exercise training were attributed to the decreases in systolic BP after exercise training. After acute exercise and baseline 24-h diastolic BP, 38. 6% of the 24-h diastolic BP response to exercise training resulted in decreases in diastolic BP. In conclusion, the onset of acute exercise seems to have predicted the ambulatory BP response to exercise training among patients with resistant hypertension. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41440-022-00945-w


Self-monitoring of psychological stress-induced blood pressure in daily life using a wearable watch-type oscillometric device in working individuals with hypertension

"This research investigated psychological stress-induced blood pressure elevation in more than 50 working hypertension patients" according to self-measured results obtained by a wearable watch-type oscillometric unit for multiple days. During moments of self-reported positive emotions, self-reported negative emotions were significantly higher than those measured in times of self-reported positive emotions. In conclusion, self-measurement of BP monitoring with a wearable device for multiple days is a common way to detect daily stress-induced BP elevation in working adults. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41440-022-00946-9


Soft drink and non-caloric soft drink intake and their association with blood pressure: the Health Workers Cohort Study

"Background": "Background" is a website that publishes articles that investigate the possibility of soft drink and non-caloric soft drink intake with elevated blood pressure in the context of frequent changes in intake over time and hypertensive status at baseline. In a sample of Mexican adults, both by hypertension status and overall, we could prospectively investigate the relationship between soft drink and non-caloric soft drink intake with systolic and diastolic blood pressure. We used multivariable-adjusted fixed-effects models to determine the relationship between soft drink and non-caloric soft drink intake with systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The result of a one-serving rise in soft drink intake was linked to a 2. 08 mm Hg rise in systolic blood pressure and a 2. 09 mm rise in diastolic blood pressure over ten years. Participants with and without hypertension at baseline revealed a stronger correlation between soft drink intake and diastolic pressure.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12937-022-00792-y


Perirenal adipose afferent nerves sustain pathological high blood pressure in rats

"Hypertension is a pathological symptom of persistent high blood pressure in which the underlying neural pathways are uncertain. " PRAT denervation or examination of spontaneous hypertensive rats results in a long-term reduction of high BP in spontaneous hypertensive rats, but has no effect on control rats' normal BP. Here the authors state that afferent nerves in the perirenal adipose tissue contribute to high blood pressure maintenance and PRAT ablation, denervation, or heightened blood pressure in hypertensive rats. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-30868-6


Empirical analyses and simulations showed that different machine and statistical learning methods had differing performance for predicting blood pressure

"In a specific situation, we used Monte Carlo simulations to see when machine learning techniques are more effective than statistical learning methods. " In each of the simulated derivation samples, we used the six learning techniques to assess results and analysis in the simulated validation samples. In both disease samples and all six data-generation steps, neural networks tended to produce estimates with lower predictive accuracy than the other five methods. Boosted trees and OLS regression both did well in a variety of scenarios.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-13015-5


Disparity in association of obesity measures with ankle and brachial systolic blood pressures in Europeans and South Asians

"Brachial and ankle SBPs have a different relationship with T2DM and CVD. " Over 5 years ago, a population of 1098 adults was recruited in England from primary care services. The left posterior tibial [Beta = 1. 179, P = 4. 559], U00d7 10u221215] and the right posterior tibial SBP [Beta = 1. 179], P = 1. 114 [U00d7 10u221213] are both closely linked to the BMI, with the BMI. P = 1. 179 [Beta = 1. 179, P = 1. 178] and the right posterior tibial SBP Although the left brachial [Beta = 25. 775, P = 0. 032] and right brachial SBP [Beta = 22. 792, P = 0. 045] were linked to the WHtR, the left posterior tibial SBP [Beta = 39. 894, P = 0. 043], the best [Beta = 39. 894, P = 0. 023] was the first in South Asians, the highest [Beta] and right brachial SBP [Beta = 25. 775, P = 0. 032] and P = tibial SBP] [Beta = 0. 032] [Beta = 0. 032] [Beta = 0. 91] [Betibial SBP] [Beta = 0. 934, P = 0. 032] [Beta = 0. 032] was the longest] [Beta = 0. 032] were the largest] and right brachial SBP [Beta = 0. 032] [Beta = 0. 032, P = 0. 032] Regardless of ethnicity, we have found ankle SBPs had a greater relationship with generalized obesity than brachial systolic blood pressures. However, in South Asians, the relationship with ankle SBP was more apparent than in European ones with respect to visceral obesity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-13372-1


Very short-term beat-by-beat blood pressure variability in the supine position at rest correlates well with the nocturnal blood pressure variability assessed by ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

"Among the BPVs tested on a 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor, nocturnal systolic BPV has been found to anticipate cardiovascular risk. " Pearson's correlation coefficients were used to determine the relationship between very short-term BPV and daytime and nocturnal BPV. Very short-term BPV correlated well with nocturnal BPV, but not with daytime BPV. A stronger correlation was found between very short-term BPV and nocturnal BPV when using earlier segments. The findings of this report indicate that very short-term BPV in the supine position at rest could indicate nocturnal BPV. The very short-term beat-by-beat BPV in the supine position at rest in the supine position at rest correlates well with the nocturnal BPV measured by ABPM but did not correlate with daytime BPV. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41440-022-00911-6


Blood pressure monitoring via double sandwich-structured triboelectric sensors and deep learning models

"Real-time blood pressure monitoring is absolutely necessary for the prompt diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. " Multiple sets of physiological measurements can be used to calculate blood pressure with energy-consuming sensors, according to many common prediction devices. Based on a new double sandwich-structured triboelectric sensor and a novel blood pressure measurement methodology, a continuous, cuffles, and self-powered blood pressure monitoring system was developed herein. A pyramid-patterned sensor based on the double sandwich system achieves a sensitivity of 0. 89 V/kPa in a linear range of 0 to 0 kPa, which is more than twice the single electrode system. According to a scale of error and standard deviation of error for systolic and diastolic blood pressure estimates, they were 3. 79 mmHg and 3. 86 mmHg. This work introduces a new sensing system of triboelectric sensors and introduces a novel test of blood pressure estimation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-022-4172-2


The Effects of Acute Exposure to Prolonged Sitting, with and Without Interruption, on Peripheral Blood Pressure Among Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

"Background" is a web page that has argued that prolonged sitting can have adverse effects on several cardiovascular and cardiometabolic health measures. In the same way, no new research has reviewed the effects of sitting interruptions on peripheral blood pressure. Objectives We wanted to investigate the effects of acute prolonged sitting on peripheral blood pressure and determine the safety of sitting interruption plans as a means of avoiding adverse consequences. The interruption policy had existed during the sitting period; there was an ongoing sitting control condition; and the interruption policy must have included participants who were active moving their upper or lower limbs. Prolonged uninterrupted sitting resulted in trivial and small increases in systolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure, as well as a non-significant rise in diastolic blood pressure. According to Subgroup results, the rises in systolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure were more prominent in younger age groups. Particularly when using aerobic interruption tactics, interrupting bouts of prolonged sitting resulted in significantly lower systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure in relation to control conditions. Conclusions "Expedition to acute prolonged sitting has resulted in significant rises in systolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure, particularly in younger age groups. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-021-01614-7

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