Abstract

Review Article

Systolic Blood Pressure Determinants

Rabindra Nath Das*

Published: 11 July, 2017 | Volume 1 - Issue 1 | Pages: 032-038

Hypertension and blood pressure are closely related, and hypertension is directly related with stroke. There are different type of blood pressures such as basal, diastolic, maximum, mean arterial, systolic, mean central venous. The present report examines the determinants of systolic blood pressure for two different groups of cardiac patients. One group of cardiac patients is those who underwent dobutamine stress echocardiography, and the other group is Worcester heart attack study. Many systolic blood pressure determinants, their effects, and correlations have been focused in the current report.

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Keywords:

Basal blood pressure; Cardiogenic shock; Diastolic blood pressure; Heart rate; Systolic blood pressure; Joint generalized linear models

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