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  1. Excessive adipose tissue is associated with adverse metabolic effects and is an important risk factor for chronic diseases. According to the American Heart Association, most cardiovascular events can be preven...

    Authors: Michelle Rabello Cunha, Samanta Souza Mattos, Marcia Regina Simas Torres Klein, Wille Oigman and Mario Fritsch Neves
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603006
  2. Whether arterial stiffness is a surrogate end-point for cardiovascular and renal disease has never been directly demonstrated by a controlled clinical trial. Our main hypothesis is a better prevention of outco...

    Authors: Stephane Laurent, Gilles Chatellier, Michel Azizi, David Calvet, Gabriel Choukroun, Nicolas Danchin, Pascal Delsart, Philippe Gosse, Gerard London, Jean-Jacques Mourad, Bruno Pannier, Helena Pereira, Dominique Stephan and Pierre Boutouyrie
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2604009
  3. Accurate Blood Pressure (BP) measurement is vital for appropriate diagnosis and management of cardiovascular risk. However, questions remain on the accuracy of cuff BP compared with invasive (intra-arterial) B...

    Authors: Dean S. Picone
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603002
  4. Clinical evidence of coronary pressure assessment through a diagnostic catheter is limited. The aim of this study was to assess the difference, safety, and rate of successful measurement of Instantaneous Wave-...

    Authors: Shinichiro Masuda, Ryota Uemura, Yoshiyuki Saiki, Tatsuo Haraki and Takeshi Lee
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603004
  5. Supine hypertension, a consequence of autonomic neuropathy, is a rarely recognized pathological condition. Reported diseases in the background are pure autonomic failure, multiple system atrophy, Parkinson’s d...

    Authors: Dóra Batta, Beáta Kőrösi and János Nemcsik
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603010
  6. Previous clinical studies have shown that the incidence of restenosis after carotid and coronary stenting varies with stent design and deployment configuration. This study aims to determine how stent design ma...

    Authors: Nasrul Hadi Johari, Mohamad Hamady and Xiao Yun Xu
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603007
  7. Carotid Arterial Disease (CAD) and peripheral arterial disease (PAD) are atherosclerotic diseases. Adipose tissue (AT) and skeletal muscle (SM) are endocrine organs producing polypeptides with vascular effects...

    Authors: Joana Ferreira, Pedro Cunha, Armando Mansilha, Cristina Cunha, Cristina Silva, Isabel Vila, Alexandre Carneiro, Amílcar Mesquita and Jorge Cotter
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602003
  8. The classification system is important in assessing the severity of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and making the treatment decision. However, classification systems may not be sufficient and scoring systems ...

    Authors: Bilge Duran Karaduman, Hüseyin Ayhan, Telat Keles and Engin Bozkurt
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602008
  9. VascAgeNet is a new European network which will join forces in order to refine, harmonize and promote the vascular ageing concept. It aims to bring innovations in cardiovascular research from bench to bedside ...

    Authors: Christopher C. Mayer, Rachel E. Climie, Bernhard Hametner and Rosa-Maria Bruno
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603001
  10. Hypertension ofen clusters with other cardiovascular risk factors such as obesity, dyslipidemia and glucose intolerance. Weight loss can decrease Blood Pressure (BP) and improve cardiometabolic abnormalities. ...

    Authors: Marcella Rodrigues Guedes, Karine Scanci da Silva Pontes, Débora Cristina Torres Valença, Wille Oigman, Mario Fritsch Neves and Márcia Regina Simas Torres Klein
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602007
  11. The commonest causes of dementia are Alzheimer’s disease and vascular cognitive impairment. Although these conditions have been viewed as distinct entities, there is increasing evidence that neurodegenerative ...

    Authors: Sarah Ann Mason, Lamia Al Saikhan, Siana Jones, Gemma Bale, Sarah-Naomi James, Heidi Murray-Smith, Alicja Rapala, Suzanne Williams, Brian Wong, Marcus Richards, Nick C. Fox, Rebecca Hardy, Jonathan M. Schott, Nish Chaturvedi and Alun D. Hughes
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603008
  12. Malignancies are the second leading cause of death worldwide. Treatment Monoclonal Antibody (MAbs)-based treatment of cancer has been established as one of the most successful therapeutic strategies in the las...

    Authors: Eirini Solomou, Konstantinos Aznaouridis, Dimitrios Terentes-Printzios, Maria Drakopoulou, Konstantinos Toutouzas, Dimitris Tousoulis and Charalambos Vlachopoulos
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603003
  13. Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, regardless of gender, ethnicity or income. Evidence that vascular age, as opposed to chronological age, is better related...

    Authors: Rachel Emma Climie, Christopher Clemens Mayer, Rosa Maria Bruno and Bernhard Hametner
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602002
  14. Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase (eNOS) is responsible for Nitric Oxide (NO) bioavailability at endothelial level. Aging (even in healthy people) is involved in arterial stiffness increases.

    Authors: Angela Cozma, Adriana Fodor, Lucia Maria Procopciuc, Teodora Alexescu, Vasile Negrean, Dana Pop, Doina Alina Todea, Olga Hilda Orăşan and Adela-Viviana Sitar-Taut
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602006
  15. Thoracic aortic aneurysm is a common cardiovascular disease consisting of marked dilation of the aorta. Aortic aneurysms carry a high risk of life-threatening complications such as aortic dissection or rupture...

    Authors: Andrea Guala, Gisela Teixido-Turá, Arturo Evangelista and Jose Rodriguez-Palomares
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602001
  16. Carotid Intima Media Thickness (IMT) and stiffness are associated with cardiovascular events. The study aims were to perform a head-to-head comparison of the Wall Track System (WTS) and ART.LAB for carotid IMT...

    Authors: Erwan Bozec, Nicolas Girerd, João Pedro Ferreira, Ichraq Latar, Faiez Zannad and Patrick Rossignol
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601002
  17. The risk of Cardiovascular (CV) events is higher in HIV-infected patients (HIV+) compared to HIV-uninfected persons (HIV−). Large artery stiffness, a well-documented predictor of adverse CV prognosis, may medi...

    Authors: Giovanni Mulè, Giuseppe Mulè, Valeria Tranchida, Pietro Colletti, Giovanni Mazzola, Marcello Trizzino, Claudia Colomba and Antonio Cascio
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601003
  18. The changing living patterns in China are accompanied by an increase in prevalence of cardiovascular disease for which obesity is a significant factor. This study investigated the association between obesity p...

    Authors: Yueliang Hu, Shuping Zheng, Jiehui Zhao, Isabella Tan, Mark Butlin, Alberto Avolio and Junli Zuo
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601006
  19. This study was aimed at evaluating the changes in the Ventricular-Arterial Coupling (VAC) of old adults after the implementation of a multidisciplinary intervention program comprising a tailored physical exerc...

    Authors: Telmo Pereira, Inês Cipriano and Joaquim Castanheira
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601009
  20. Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of death worldwide. In this setting, Neck Circumference (NC) and Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) are simple and valuable tools for an early evaluation of cardiovascular ris...

    Authors: Larissa Ribeiro Bessa, Luís Antônio Bahiana Cruz, Rodrigo Lins Sant’Ana de Lima, Maria Cristina Lima Fontenele Presta, Antonio de Assis Oliveira Alves Filho, Roberta de Castro Araújo Cunha, Alana dos Reis Silva, Juan Jailson Oliveira Almeida Costa, Cecília Freitas da Silva Araújo, Diorlene Oliveira da Silva and Lucélia Batista Neves Cunha Magalhães
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601008
  21. Steady state hemodynamics [Stroke Volume - SV, cardiac output, peripheral resistance (Rp)] have attracted researchers in hypertension for decades. However, due to technical difficulties, they never entered cli...

    Authors: Thomas Weber, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Jessica Middlemiss, Carmel Mary McEniery, Bernhard Hametner, Christopher Clemens Mayer, Ronald Karl Binder, Hans-Josef Feistritzer, Gert Klug and Bernhard Metzler
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601007
  22. The concept of re-reflections of blood pressure waves at the heart has been neglected in most models and is only poorly understood so far. Therefore, the aim of this work was to develop a simple mathematical m...

    Authors: Bernhard Hametner, Hannah Kastinger and Siegfried Wassertheurer
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501160

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  23. Development of carotid and femoral atherosclerotic plaques proved to be heritable in previous studies. However, no comprehensive ultrasonographic evaluation of the volume and types of plaque has been performed.

    Authors: David Laszlo Tarnoki, Helga Szabo, Kata Gyulay, Zsofia Jokkel, Rebeka Debreceni, Greta Janositz, Anita Hernyes, Viktor Berczi and Adam Domonkos Tarnoki
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501146

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  24. Effects of afterload and blood pressure (BP) on pulse wave velocity (PWV) have been investigated using vasoactive drugs but effects of cardiac pre-load have not previously been studied.

    Authors: Luca Faconti, Ryan McNally, Bushra Farukh and Phil Chowienczyk
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501135

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  25. Sympathetic stimulation in central arteries, such as the carotid artery, lead to vasodilation in healthy subjects and vasoconstriction in those with cardiovascular disease. Moreover, this response has independ...

    Authors: Anne-Jet Jansen, Jenske Vermeulen, Suzanne Holewijn, Dick Thijssen and Michel Reijnen
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501133

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  26. Patients with HIV have increased cardiovascular risk and pulmonary defects. We investigated the association between impaired pulmonary function (IPF) and arterial stiffening measured by the cardio-ankle vascul...

    Authors: Kwame Yeboah, Latif Musah, Samuel Essel, Bartholomew Dzudzor and J Kennedy Cruickshank
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501125

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  27. Soluble receptors for advanced glycation end-products (sRAGEs) have been suggested to have a protective role neutralizing the advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) and their pathological effect on vessel wall...

    Authors: Július Gelžinský
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501123

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  28. Numerous devices purport to measure central aortic BP as distinct from conventional brachial BP. This study aimed to determine the accuracy (validation) of the Sphygmocor Xcel-cuff device (AtCor Medical, Sydne...

    Authors: Martin Schultz, Dean Picone, Matthew Armstrong, Andrew Black, Nathan Dwyer, Philip Roberts-Thomson and James Sharman
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501093

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  29. It has been proven that aortic pulse wave velocity (aoPWV), the measure of arterial stiffness is a strong and independent predictor of both cardiovascular events and all-cause mortality. Beyond the “gold stand...

    Authors: Béla Benczúr, Renata Bocskei and Attila Cziraki
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501091

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  30. The primary aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of remote ischaemic preconditioning (RIPC) on preventing the leakage of cardiac damage biomarkers in patients undergoing vascular surgery.

    Authors: Teele Kepler, Karl Kuusik, Urmas Lepner, Joel Starkopf, Mihkel Zilmer, Jaan Eha, Kaido Paapstel and Jaak Kals
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501085

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  31. Exercise-induced endothelial shear stress (ESS) has been proposed as a molecular mechanism that regulates the expression of genes involved in the protection against atherosclerosis. However, research on this t...

    Authors: Francisco Morales-Acuna and Alvaro Gurovich
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501081

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  32. Arterial stiffness, as measured by pulse wave velocity (PWV) is dependent on arterial blood pressure but whether this dependence varies with age is unknown. The objective of this study was to determine to what...

    Authors: Andrii Boguslavskyi, Haotian Gu, Lingyun Fang, Ana Rita Cabrito Cobaco and Philip Chowienczyk
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501068

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  33. Intima-media thickness (IMT) of carotid and femoral artery and plaque formation are both markers of subclinical cardiovascular risk, despite these two process are not simultaneous. Our aim was to investigate t...

    Authors: Adam Domonkos Tarnoki, Rebeka Debreceni, Greta Janositz, Kata Gyulay, Jokkel Zsofia, Viktor Berczi, Helga Szabo, Anita Hernyes and David Laszlo Tarnoki
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501062

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  34. Clinic blood pressure (BP) is performed by inflation of an upper-arm cuff, but this itself may induce a reactive change in BP that could influence diagnosis. This study aimed to determine if a reactive BP chan...

    Authors: Louisa Morris, Dean Picone, Matthew Armstrong, Martin Schultz and James Sharman
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501052

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  35. In contrast to abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), aneurysms of the thoracic ascending aorta (TAA) are not associated with a mural thrombus. Mechanistic understanding of the involvement of vascular smooth muscle ...

    Authors: Melusine Didelot, Jeremy Lagrange, Jean-Baptiste Michel, Patrick Lacolley and Veronique Regnault
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501046

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  36. In young adults, systolic blood pressure (SBP) and hypertension rates are significantly lower in females than males, although the extent to which this is due to differences in body size (body surface area; BSA...

    Authors: Shikai Yu, Barry McDonnell, Kaisa Maki-Petaja, John Cockcroft, Ian Wilkinson and Carmel McEniery
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501031

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  37. The aim of the present study was to examine the contribution of left ventricular ejection, arterial stiffness and systemic vascular resistance to essential hypertension in children with hypertension.

    Authors: Ye Li, Haotian Gu, Manish Sinha and Phil Chowienczyk
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501026

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  38. It has been long debated whether Arteriograph predicts cardiovascular events and/or all cause mortality, despite that its prognostic value has been proven in systolic heart failure and in myocardial infarction...

    Authors: Miklos Illyes
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501024

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  39. A new wearable sensor using millimetre-wave radar and electromagnetic technology provides 64 signals reflected from one radar sinusoidal signal beamed around the radial artery. It is non-invasive, can be non-c...

    Authors: Ahmad Qasem, Oliver Shay, Catherine Liao, Mark Butlin and Alberto Avolio
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501006

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 25 Supplement 1

  40. The retina provides a non-invasive window to monitor microvascular circulation. Carotid-femoral Pulse Wave Velocity (cfPWV) is an indicator of large artery stiffness and is associated with systemic cardiovascu...

    Authors: Mahdieh Rezaeian, S. Mojtaba Golzan, Alberto P. Avolio, Stuart Graham and Mark Butlin
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2603005
  41. Inter-arm differences in brachial systolic Blood Pressure (BP) are associated with increased cardiovascular risk. It is unclear whether anatomical factors contribute to brachial Interarm Blood Pressure (IABP) ...

    Authors: Karen C. Peebles, Isabella Tan, Mitchell T. D. Cook, Davis A. Theobald, Alberto P. Avolio and Mark Butlin
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2602005
  42. The retinal vasculature provides unique in vivo access to the microcirculation and presents the possibility of measuring small artery (retinal) stiffness using pulse wave velocity (PWV). This study investigates w...

    Authors: Mahdieh Rezaeian, Dana Georgevsky, S. Mojtaba Golzan, Stuart Graham, Alberto Avolio and Mark Butlin
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601005
  43. Central blood pressure values and arterial stiffness have demonstrated to be a useful tool to stratify cardiovascular risk and also as a biomarker. A question that is still unanswered is if hypertension treatm...

    Authors: Weimar Kunz Sebba Barroso, Sayuri Inuzuka, Gilberto Campos Guimarães, Robson Pierre Pacífico, Victoria Alves Melo, Luiz Fernando Oliveira, Eduarda Silva, Gustavo Ribeiro Mesquita, Deborah Silva Cintra Valle, Priscila Valverde Vitorino, Ana Luiza Lima Sousa, Paulo César Brandão Veiga Jardim and Antonio Coca
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601001
  44. The aim of this study was to compare the diagnostic accuracy of Transthoracic Echocardiography (TTE) in assessing Bicuspid Aortic Valve (BAV) morphology.

    Authors: Oliver James Harrison, Abdul Badran, Amer Harky, Daniel Muller, Benoy N. Shah and Sunil K. Ohri
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 26:2601004

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