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  1. In polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) hyperandrogenism and metabolic dysfunction increase cardiovascular risk. Vitamin D3 deficiency is a common comorbidity in PCOS. Our aim was to examine the alterations of ins...

    Authors: Bálint Bányai, Benko Rita, Tarszabó Róbert, Lajtai Krisztina, Horváth Eszter Mária and Várbíró Szabolcs
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501173

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

  2. Pressure waveshape derived parameters such as the augmentation index are related to unfavourable cardiovascular events [1]. Wave reflections determine wave shape [2], however, several findings seem to contradict ...

    Authors: Berend Westerhof and Nico Westerhof
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501159

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

  3. A patient with the complaint of moderately elevated blood pressure came to our office. Important data in his history was kidney transplantation in 1985, due to glomerulonephritis and since that time he was in ...

    Authors: Dóra Batta, Beáta Kőrösi, Zsófia Nemcsik-Bencze and János Nemcsik
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501142

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

  4. International guidelines advocate conservative management of post-stroke white coat hypertension. The aims of this study were to investigate; i) does WCH/E result in increased stroke risk? and ii) is WCH/E ass...

    Authors: Fran Kirkham, GN Nuredini, A Saunders, Erin Drazich, Eva Bunting, Philip Rankin, K Ali, M Okorie and Chakravarthi Rajkumar
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501140

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

  5. Accurate measurement of cuff systolic BP (SBP) and diastolic BP (DBP) is contingent on the assumption of oscillometric MAP being accurate. If MAP is inaccurate this is likely to impact the accuracy of cuff SBP...

    Authors: Dean Picone, Martin Schultz, Matthew Armstrong, Nathan Dwyer, Philip Roberts-Thomson, Thomas Weber and James Sharman
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501138

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

  6. Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) patients are characterized by markedly elevated LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) concentration, positive family history of hypercholesterolemia and premature vascular complications in...

    Authors: Bíborka Nádró, Beáta Kovács, Ágnes Diószegi, Lilla Juhász, Dénes Páll, György Paragh and Mariann Harangi
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501105

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

  7. Arterial stiffness is the characteristic of early vascular damage that can be measured by several methods. Sphygmocor determines the carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity (PWV). Cardio-ankle vascular index (CAVI...

    Authors: Eszter Szabó, Krisztina Gáspár, Ildikó Szabó, Viktória Kovács, Zsuzsanna Pál, Gábor Simonyi, Endre Kolossváry and Katalin Farkas
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501103

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

  8. We aimed to determine how the alteration of arterial stiffness (AS) affects the dynamics of left ventricular (LV) diastolic dysfunction (DD) in metabolic syndrome (MetS) subjects during longitudinal observatio...

    Authors: Svetlana Solovjova, Ligita Ryliskyte, Jelena Celutkiene, Jolita Badariene and Aleksandras Laucevicius
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501101

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

  9. Telomeres are short segments in chromosome ends, the length of which is reduced during cell life-cycles. We examined the association of leukocyte telomere length and short telomere proportion with hemodynamic ...

    Authors: Ilkka Pörsti, Milja Honkonen, Kati Vääräniemi, Outi Saijonmaa, Antti Tikkakoski, Jenni Koskela, Arttu Eräranta, Mika Kähönen, Jukka Mustonen and Frej Fyhrquist
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501067

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

  10. There is evidence of a closer relation between 24 hour aortic systolic blood pressure (aSBP) and left ventricular mass (LVM) compared with 24 hour brachial SBP. However, sample sizes are relatively small and t...

    Authors: Siegfried Wassertheurer, Athanase Protogerou, James Sharman, Enrique Rodilla Sala, Piotr Jankowski, Maria Lorenza Muiesan, Cristina Giannattasio, Bernhard Hametner, Jose Maria Pascual, Robert Zweiker, Antonio Argyris, Anna Paini, Ian Wilkinson, Danuta Czarnecka, Massimo Salvetti, Alessandro Maloberti…
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501065

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

  11. Understanding and prediction of ascending thoracic aortic aneurysms (ATAA) progression are not well established yet and aortic dissection is frequently occurring on normally sized and mildly dilated aortas. De...

    Authors: Kevin Bouaou, Thomas Dietenbeck, Gilles Soulat, Sophia Houriez—Gombaud-Saintonge, Ioannis Bargiotas, Cesare De Alain, Umit Gencer, Alain Giron, Alban Redheuil, Emilie Bollache, Didier Lucor, Elie Mousseaux and Nadjia Kachenoura
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501034

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

  12. The skin may protect against the adverse haemodynamic effects of dietary salt by storing excess sodium in an osmotically inactive form, bound to glycosaminoglycans. However, this novel pathway has not been com...

    Authors: Kathleen Connolly, Viknesh Selvarajah, Carmel McEniery and Ian Wilkinson
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501032

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

  13. Exaggerated blood pressure (BP) during submaximal exercise independently predicts cardiovascular mortality and identifies uncontrolled high BP not detected at rest. However, thresholds for submaximal exercise ...

    Authors: Schultz Martin, Ann-Marie Kovacevic, Philip Roberts-Thomson, Tony Stanton, Christian Hamilton-Craig, Sudir Wahi, James Hare, Joseph Selvanayagam, Andrew Maiorana, Alison Venn and James Sharman
    Citation: Artery Research 2020 25(Suppl 1):2501028

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

  14. Central Pulse Pressure (CPP) and Aortic Pulse Wave Velocity (aPWV) share a positive relationship with cerebral pulsatility and are associated with cerebrovascular disorders including stroke. Our aim was to exa...

    Authors: James Pearson, Laura J. Watkeys, James M. Coulson, Zachary J. Schlader, Craig G. Crandall, John R. Cockcroft, Carmel M. McEniery and Barry J. McDonnell
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503003
  15. To investigate the dynamic relationships among Heart Rate (HR) and systemic hemodynamics in everyday life, we performed 24-h ambulatory pulse wave analyses (Mobil-O-Graph) in individuals with normal and elevat...

    Authors: Joseph Lewis Izzo Jr., Muhammed Absar Anwar, Kalamaini Elango, Rahil Ahmed and Peter Osmond
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503002
  16. Vitamin D deficiency may increase arterial stiffness, a sub-clinical symptom of Target Organ Damage (TOD). This study aimed to investigate the associations between total serum vitamin D level and arterial stif...

    Authors: Junli Zuo, Kun Qian, Yan He, Isabella Tan, Mark Butlin, Alberto Avolio and Peizhan Chen
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503006
  17. Individuals with Down Syndrome (DS) have autonomic dysfunction impacting regulation of heart rate, Blood Pressure (BP), and peripheral vasoconstriction. This may alter central hemodynamics through different wa...

    Authors: Thessa Irena Maria Hilgenkamp, Elizabeth Cornellia Schroeder, Sang Ouk Wee, Georgios Grigoriadis, Alexander Jacob Rosenberg, Tracy Baynard and Bo Fernhall
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503005
  18. Systemic Arterial Hypertension (SAH) is a chronic condition that requires clinical treatment and is associated with increased risk of cognitive impairment and dementia. Therefore, strategies with fewer side ef...

    Authors: Marinei Lopes Pedralli, Eduardo Barbosa and Pedro Guimarães Cunha
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503001
  19. Arterial Hypertension (AH) is an uncertain and complex physiopathological disease with the Arterial Stiffness (AS) as one of the main cardiovascular alterations. Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) is the gold standard ...

    Authors: Juan Jailson Oliveira Almeida Costa, Roberta Castro de Araújo Cunha, Antonio de Assis Oliveira Alves Filho, Larissa Ribeiro Bessa, Rodrigo Lins Sant’Ana de Lima, Alana dos Reis Silva, Brenno Araújo e Souza, Catarina de Almeida Viterbo, Mariana Barreto Requião, Daniele Brustolim, Diorlene Oliveira da Silva, Lucélia Batista Neves Cunha Magalhães and Cecília Freitas da Silva Araújo
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503008
  20. Arterial Stiffness (AS) measured as pulse wave velocity has emerged in recent years as a hypertension mediated organ damage with independent prognostic value for Cardiovascular (CV) diseases that has also been...

    Authors: Enrique Rodilla, Rosa Prats, Otón Bellver, Javier Reig, Pedro Cunha and María Teresa Climent
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:2503007
  21. Cathepsin L (Cat L) is involved in the regulation of vascular aging processes. The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between plasma Cat L level and arterial stiffness marker through brachial-a...

    Authors: Jun Xu, Feng-Feng Pan, Chan-Chan Xu, Yuan Zhong, Ting-Jun Hu and Guo-Xiang Fu
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250110
  22. Affective temperaments (depressive, anxious, cyclothymic, irritable and hyperthymic) have important role in psychopathology, but cumulating data support their involvement in vascular pathology, especially in h...

    Authors: Beáta Kőrösi, Dóra Batta, Xénia Gonda, Zoltán Rihmer, Zsófia Nemcsik-Bencze, Andrea László, Milán Vecsey-Nagy and János Nemcsik
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250107
  23. An Arterial Stiffness Index (ASI) can be obtained by measuring finger photoplethysmogram using the SB200 pulse oximeter, giving a level between 1 and 6. However, it was unclear whether this method accurately r...

    Authors: Tomoaki Murakami, Katsunori Asai, Yoshinori Kadono, Takeo Nishida, Hajime Nakamura and Haruhiko Kishima
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250106
  24. Aortic diseases are a significant cardiovascular health problem and occur in different ways across the vascular tree. Investigation of the mechanical properties of the aorta is important for better understandi...

    Authors: Phakakorn Panpho, Brendan Geraghty, Ya Hua Chim, Hannah A. Davies, Mark L. Field, Jillian Madine and Riaz Akhtar
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250105
  25. Our aim was to study the predictive power of integrated central blood pressure-aortic stiffness (ICPS) risk categories on cardiovascular (CV) mortality in end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients.

    Authors: Dóra Batta, Ádám Tabák, Beáta Kőrösi, Orsolya Cseprekál, József Egresits, András Tislér and János Nemcsik
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250108
  26. The cardiovascular effects of long-distance and -duration activities and their relationship with arterial stiffness and cardiac biomarkers are still unclear. This study aimed to assess arterial stiffness and C...

    Authors: Wátila Moura Sousa, Maicon Borges Euzébio, Priscila Valverde de Oliveira Vitorino, Ana Luiza Sousa, Thiago Veiga Jardim, Paulo Cesar Veiga Jardim, Antonio Coca, Gonzalo Grazioli, Eduardo Costa Duarte Barbosa and Weimar Kunz Sebba Barroso
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250111
  27. The results of HYpertension in the Very Elderly Trial (HYVET) were crucial in providing evidence of benefit of the treatment of hypertension in those 80 years or older. Following a subsequent sub study analysi...

    Authors: Michael Okorie, Khalid Ali, Stephen Bremner, Nigel Beckett, Stephen Jackson, Richard Quirk, Colin McAlister, Nicky Perry, John Potter, Christopher Bulpitt and Chakravarthi Rajkumar
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250104
  28. Ex vivo human tissue is a valuable research resource. However, if vital methodological information such as anatomical location, tissue processing procedures, or donor characteristics are not reported in scientifi...

    Authors: Ya-Hua Chim, Eva Caamaño-Gutiérrez, Rashmi Birla, Jillian Madine, Mark Field, Riaz Akhtar and Hannah Angharad Davies
    Citation: Artery Research 2019 25:250102
  29. In chronic kidney disease (CKD), anomalies of mineral bone disorder (MBD) play a central role in vascular calcification and increased aortic stiffness. The impact of antihypertensive drugs on MBD-induced vascu...

    Authors: Mohsen Agharazii, Roth-Visal Ung, Sarah-Kim Bisson, Fabrice Mac-Way, Darren E. Richard and Richard Larivière
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401189
  30. Diabetes converts from a metabolic disorder into a predominantly vascular disease, once its duration extends over several years or/ and when additional cardiovascular risk factors such as hypertension coexist....

    Authors: Christian Ott, Dennis Kannenkeril, Marina Karg, Agnes Bosch, Joanna Harazny and Roland Schmieder
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401187
  31. High aortic blood pressure (BP) predicts clinical outcomes beyond peripheral BP. Aortic BP may differ according to level of systolic BP (SBP)-amplification but these differences cannot be identified using curr...

    Authors: Elif Stoneman, Dean Picone, Martin Schultz, Matthew Armstrong, Andrew Black, Nathan Dwyer, Philip Roberts-Thomson and James Sharman
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401155
  32. It is known that physical activity is inversely associated with arterial stiffness in healthy adults1. Data regarding the effect of physical activity on PPA is limited. Such data is of importance especially in...

    Authors: Johannes van Rooyen, Anika Kaufman, Wayne Smith and Yolandi Breet
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401151
  33. Cardiovascular (CV) disease is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in COPD 1 . Aortic pulse wave velocity (AoPWV), an independent predictor of CV risk, is elevated in COPD 2 , however, there have been no ...

    Authors: Nichola Gale, Mahfoudha Al Shezawi, Maggie Munnery, Barry Mcdonnell and John Cockcroft
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401119
  34. Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is an inflammatory autoimmune disease. AS is a prototype form of spondyloarthropathies (SpA). The precise ethology of AS has not been fully understood. But Inflammation has a critic...

    Authors: Guillermo Alanis-Sánchez, Carlos Ramos-Becerra, Ernesto Cardona-Muñóz, Diego Castañeda-Zaragoza, David Cardona-Muller, Hakim Khettab, Stephen Laurent, Pierre Boutouyrie, Hasan Obeid, Magid Hallab and Valeria Diaz-Rizo
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401117
  35. Previously regarded as a measure of pressure wave reflection, central augmentation pressure (AP) may be influenced by the pattern of early ventricular ejection. We examined the relationship of AP to first-phas...

    Authors: Haotian Gu, Ronak Rajani and Phil Chowienczyk
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401113
  36. Oscillometric mean arterial pressure (MAP) agrees closely with invasive MAP, [1] but most devices do not report MAP and it is usually estimated by a form factor (FF). However, blood pressure (BP) measurement e...

    Authors: Chloe Park, Therese Tillin, Nish Chaturvedi and Alun Hughes
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240189
  37. Non-pharmacological management of hypertension includes regular exercises. Yoga has been pointed as effective on treatment of hypertension. Its many aspects like yoga poses (asanas), respiratory control (prana...

    Authors: Cláudia Fetter, Bruna Eibel, Liliana Boll, Eduardo Barbosa and Maria Cláudia Irigoyen
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240187
  38. To evaluate the determinants of the peripherial wave reflection measured by the second derivative of the fingertip photoplethysmogram (SDPTG) among known cardiovascular (CV) risk factors in a large treated hyp...

    Authors: Luiz Bortolotto, Eva Kosa, Nadja Mendes and Valeria Costa-Hong
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240185
  39. Peripheral (e.g. brachial) Pulse Pressure (Ppp) exceeds central pulse pressure (Cpp) corresponding to the first (Cpp1) or second (Cpp2) peaks in the central waveform. This pulse pressure amplification, attribu...

    Authors: Ye Li, Antoine Guilcher, Samuel Vennin, Jordi Alastruey-arimon and Phil Chowienczyk
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240156
  40. The study aims to investigate the role of cardiorespiratory fitness as a mediator of the relationship between arterial stiffness and cognitive function in apparently healthy seniors.

    Authors: Alinne Nascimento, Raquel Silva, Joana Carvalho and Lucimere Bohn
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240155
  41. Retinal vessels are part of the intracranial vasculature and analysis thereof complements behavioural and brain measures. Mental stress was related to downregulation of norepinephrine in Africans. Hence we con...

    Authors: Leoné Malan, Nicolaas Malan and Wayne Smith
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240151
  42. Aortic root dilation and type A aortic dissection are the most common cardiovascular complications of Marfan syndrome (MFS). Current clinical management of MFS patients relies on a close follow-up of aortic ro...

    Authors: Andrea Guala, Jose Rodríguez-Palomares, Aroa Ruiz-Muñoz, Minerva Gandara, Violeta Sanchez, Alberto Forteza, David Garcia-Dorado, Artur Evangelista and Gisela Teixido-Tura
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240124
  43. The complex pathophysiological mechanisms involved in stroke confound the associative and causal role of blood pressure. This is particularly relevant in monitoring changes in blood pressure with respect to tr...

    Authors: Alberto Avolio and Ernesto L. Schiffrin
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240119
  44. Coronary heart diseases are inversely related to plasma high-density lipoprotein (HDL) level. Paraoxonase-1 (PON1) is mainly associated with HDL and plays a vital role in protection of low-density lipoprotein ...

    Authors: Maryam Teimouri and Hashem Nayeri
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240105

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