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  1. To analyze the association of arterial stiffness with the fibrinogen in general population without previous cardiovascular diseases. Differences by gender.

    Authors: Leticia Gomez-Sanchez, Marta Gomez-Sanchez, Natalia Sanchez-Aguadero, Cristina Lugones-Sanchez, Maria C. Patino-Alonso, Sara Mora-Simon, Jose A. Maderuelo-Fernandez and Emiliano Rodriguez-Sanchez
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401206
  2. Pulse wave velocity (PWV) is gold standard for assessing arterial stiffness. Studies have shown that people with metabolic syndrome have insulin resistance and that after the onset of diabetes, cardiovascular ...

    Authors: Daniele Brustolim, Lucelia Magalhaes, Diorlene Silva, Rodrigo Sant’Ana de Lima, Vinicius Louzada Castro, Daniel Malta Ribeiro, Caroline Rodrigues Fidelman, Natalia Damasceno, Larissa Vasconcelos, Caroline Ventura and Vascor Group
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401204
  3. Aortic calcifications and inflammation are independent predictors of adverse cardiovascular events. We sought to investigate the association of aortic calcifications and inflammation with in-hospital morbidity...

    Authors: Konstantia-Paraskevi Gkini, Dimitrios Terentes-Printzios, Charalambos Vlachopoulos, Iosif Koutagiar, Angeliki Rigatou, Stavroula Pantou, Christos Georgakopoulos and Dimitrios Tousoulis
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401202
  4. Arterial stiffening measured by Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) predicts cardiovascular events and mortality in adults. It advances with age and seems accelerated in children with certain disease conditions such as ...

    Authors: Cristina Silva, Mariana Formigo, Nuno Formigo, Sara Freitas, Cristina Cunha, Margarida Rocha, Clarisse Neves, Laura Castro, Filipe Gonçalves, Maria J. Cotter, Pedro G. Cunha and Jorge Cotter
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401200
  5. Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) is a measure of arterial stiffness and vascular aging and an important parameter for cardiovascular risk stratification. A previous study showed high prevalence rates of early vascula...

    Authors: Mariana Formigo, Cristina Silva, Nuno Formigo, Sara Freitas, Cristina Cunha, Margarida Rocha, Clarisse Neves, Laura Castro, Filipe Goncçalves, Maria J. Cotter, Pedro G. Cunha and Jorge Cotter
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401198
  6. Arterial stiffness is associated with coronary artery disease (CAD). Acute aerobic exercise decreases arterial stiffness, while acute resistance exercise increases arterial stiffness. There is little informati...

    Authors: Vanessa Santos, Rafaela Netas, Mariana Borges, Xavier Melo, Rita Pinto, Vitor Angarten, Fernhall and Helena Santa-Clara
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401196
  7. Local pulse wave velocity (c) is widely used as an index of local carotid arterial stiffness. In middle-aged type1 and type2 diabetic patients, arterial stiffness is higher than in healthy people, but much les...

    Authors: Alessandro Giudici, Carlo Palombo, Carmela Morizzo, Michaela Kozakova, Lorenzo Losso, Kennedy J. Cruickshank and Ashraf W. Khir
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401194
  8. Reservoir pressure parameters derived from pressure waveforms captured at various arterial sites predict adverse kidney function independently of conventional cuff blood pressure (BP). However, there has never...

    Authors: Matthew Armstrong, Dean Picone, Martin Schultz, James Sharman, Nathan Dwyer, Philip Roberts-Thomson and Andrew Black
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401192
  9. Renovascular hypertension is an uncommon cause of secondary hypertension. Percutaneous angioplasty is considered in selected patients. Retrospective study of patients undergoing renal artery revascularization,...

    Authors: Pedro Marques, Flores Luís, André Carvalho, Joel Sousa, Patrícia Lourenço and Jorge Almeida
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401191
  10. The feasibility of measuring the diastolic pressure-decay constant (tau) in normal and hypertensive humans is not established and the clinical and physiological relevance of tau is not known.

    Authors: Joseph Izzo, Sherif El-sayed, Rahil Ahmed, Peter Osmond and Benjamin Gavish
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401175
  11. To assess whether reservoir pressure (Pres) in young individuals with a compliant aorta is uniform throughout the aorta, as has recently been reported in older adults with cardiovascular disease (1).

    Authors: Jonathan Mynard, Lucas Eastaugh, Geoff Lane, Greta Goldsmith, Gabriella Springall, Alberto Avolio, Joe Smolich and Michael Cheung
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401173
  12. Mean arterial pressure (MAP) is required for many hemodynamic calculations. Most automated devices do not report MAP and a form factor (FF) is used to estimate it from systolic and diastolic blood pressure (BP...

    Authors: Chloe Park, Therese Tillin, Nish Chaturvedi and Alun Hughes
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401171
  13. It has been suggested that measurement of “unattended” blood pressure values may provide advantages over conventional BP measurement; some hypertension guidelines now suggest this approach as the preferred one...

    Authors: Anna Paini, Massimo Salvetti, Fabio Bertacchini, Carlo Aggiusti, Sara Cappellini, Enrico Agabiti Rosei and Maria Lorenza Muiesan
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401169
  14. The relationship between arterial stiffness, blood pressure (BP) and cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) has been studied in healthy populations and cardiovascular patients, since all of which proved to be indepen...

    Authors: Catarina Garcia, Susana Lopes, Susana Bertoquini, Verónica Ribau, Cátia Leitão, Daniela Figueiredo, Ilda P Ribeiro, Joana Barbosa de Melo, João L Viana, José Mesquita-Bastos, Jorge Polónia, Fernando Ribeiro and Alberto J Alves
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401167
  15. Low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) is a primary risk factor for atherosclerosis, but it is also associated with elevated blood pressure (BP) and future development of hypertension. We examined the rel...

    Authors: Manoj Kumar Choudhary, Arttu Eräranta, Antti J. Tikkakoski, Jenni Koskela, Elina Hautaniemi, Mika Kähönen, Jukka Mustonen and Ilkka Pörsti
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401165
  16. Increased arterial stiffness and carotid artery Intima-Media Thickness (IMT) are associated with atherosclerosis and Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), but their correlation with the anatomic extent of atheroscler...

    Authors: Luiz Bortolotto, Nadja Mendes, Valeria Costa-Hong and Luiz Cesar
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401163
  17. Shorter leukocyte telomere length is associated with cardiovascular risk and decreased nitric oxide bioavailability. Aforementioned are also linked with increased oxidative stress and inflammation. 1,2 Telomer...

    Authors: Hugo W. Huisman, Jan-Hendrik Combrink, Carina Mels and Aletta Schutte
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401161
  18. Invasive intra-aortic pressures are the gold standard for accurate Blood Pressure (BP) measurement. Hypertension management is guided by brachial cuff BP although its accuracy has been questioned. Hypothesis: ...

    Authors: Azra Mahmud, Ali Allghamdi, Mohammad Balghith, Kamal Ayoub, Mohammad Fayaz Khan, Samir AlChighouri, Fawaz AlMutairi and Muayad AlZaibag
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401157
  19. In heart failure patients with continuous-flow left ventricular assist devices (CF-LVAD), arterial pulsatility in the brain is reduced and diastolic blood velocities (Vmin) are maintained. The effects of such ...

    Authors: Koichi Akiyama, Ruiping Ji, Autumn Clemons, Francesco Castagna, Alberto Pinsino, John R. Cockcroft, Melana Yuzefpolsakaya, Reshad Garan, Hiroo Takayama, Koji Takeda, Yoshifumi Naka, Veli Topkara, Joshua Willey, Barry J. McDonnell, Paolo Colombo and Eric Stöhr
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401136
  20. Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS) is defined as sudden onset of a neurologic deficit. The main risk factor for stroke is high blood pressure (BP) and it is elevated in more than 70% or more of patients with AIS. In ...

    Authors: David Paiva, Ana Costa, Ana Luisa Campos, Filipa Goncçalves, Pedro Cunha and Jorge Cotter
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401134
  21. Hypertension has been considered as one of the most common modifiable risk factors for stroke and cognitive impairment. Decreased cerebral perfusion and oxygenation, as a result of capillary rarefaction and mi...

    Authors: Areti Triantafyllou, Konstantina Dipla, Nikolaos Koletsos, Alexandros-Savvas Zafeiridis, Stauros Papadopoulos, Iris Grigoriadou, Eugenia Gkaliagkousi, Andreas Zafeiridis and Stella Douma
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401132
  22. The ankle-brachial index (ABI) is widely accepted as a diagnostic test used to evaluate the presence of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). 1. We investigated the associations between central arterial stiffness...

    Authors: Gabriel Dimitrov, Giovanni Scandale, Gianni Carzaniga, Martino Recchia, Marzio Minola, Edoardo Perilli, Maria Carotta and Mariella Catalano
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401130
  23. Acute inflammation is associated with increased risk for cardiovascular events and leads to reductions in conduit artery (flow-mediated dilation, FMD) and resistance vessel endothelial function. Whether this d...

    Authors: Elizabeth Schroeder, Thessa Hilgenkamp, Tracy Baynard and Bo Fernhall
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401128
  24. School adolescents in Porto Alegre have a mean physical inactivity (PI) <300 min/week of 43%, and another 13% do not perform physical activities. In this scenario, endothelial cells that regulate vascular home...

    Authors: Marcos Paulo Camboim, Bruna Eibel, Lucia Pallanda, Salvador Neto, Gustavo Waclawovsky and Vitor Kunrath
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401127
  25. Microwave Radiometry (MWR) is a new validated method, which allows evaluation of thermal heterogeneity of carotid arteries and is associated with inflammation.Purpose: The aim of this pilot study was to determ...

    Authors: Iosif Koutagiar, Charalambos Vlachopoulos, Dimitrios Terentes-Printzios, Ioannis Skoumas, Evangelia Sigala, Vasiliki Gardikioti, Stavroula Pantou, Angeliki Rigatou, Nikolaos Ioakeimidis, Christos Georgakopoulos, Nikitas-Alexandros Skliros, Georgios Benetos, Spiros Galanakos and Dimitrios Tousoulis
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401123
  26. Individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) exhibit impaired cerebrovascular function and have poor sleep quality. In the general population, poor sleep contributes to cerebrovascular dysfunction and is related t...

    Authors: Georgios Grigoriadis, Alexander J. Rosenberg, Sang Ouk Wee, Elizabeth C. Schroeder, Garett Griffith and Tracy Baynard
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401121
  27. Zero flow pressure (P∞), the steady-state pressure following cardiac arrest or cessation of flow is often assumed to equal mean circulatory filling pressure (MCFP). [1] However, this assumes complete equilibra...

    Authors: Alun Hughes, Kim Parker and Ashraf Khir
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:2401101
  28. PWV measurement devices are technically demanding, expensive and prone to artefacts, thus limiting the measurement of arterial stiffness in primary care. The CARDIS consortium developed a non-contact device ba...

    Authors: Louise Marais, Soren Aasmul, Roel Baets, Mirko De Melis, Stephen E. Greenwald, Hakim Khettab, Yanlu Li, Frits Prinzen, Koen Reesink, Patrick Segers and Pierre Boutouyrie
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240199
  29. The aims of this study in children were to 1) evaluate two brachial oscillometric devices for estimating central augmentation index (AIx) and reflection magnitude (RM), and 2) test whether AIx or RM are associ...

    Authors: Jonathan Mynard, Greta Goldsmith, Remi Kowalski, Lucas Eastaugh, Geoff Lane, Gabriella Springall, Joe Smolich, Alberto Avolio and Michael Cheung
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240197
  30. Ascending aorta aneurysm and dissection are the most common cardiovascular complications affecting Marfan syndrome patients (MFS). Recent large increase in life expectancy of MFS driven the growing prevalence ...

    Authors: Andrea Guala, Gisela Teixido-Tura, Jose Rodriguez-Palomares, Aroa Ruiz-Muñoz, David Garcia-Dorado and Artur Evangelista
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240195
  31. Arterial volume compliance is a major determinant of cardiac afterload. More than 50% of the arterial volume compliance resides in the proximal aorta. Researchers often use area compliance for the estimation o...

    Authors: Stamatia Pagoulatou, Mauro Ferraro, Bram Trachet, Vasiliki Bikia, Dionysios Adamopoulos and Nikolaos Stergiopulos
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240194
  32. To evaluate the human recombinant growth hormone replacement (hrGHr) in the metabolic parameters and vascular system in adult patients with childhood onset hypopituitarism (COH).

    Authors: Isabela Biscotto, Valeria Costa-Hong, Luiz Bortolotto and Luciani Carvalho
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240173
  33. Microvascular disease, with rarefaction of nailfold capillaries, is the hallmark of systemic sclerosis (SSc). Obliteration of the ulnar and radial artery is regularly observed, implicating involvement of the f...

    Authors: Anniek van Roon, Amaal Eman Abdulle, Arie van Roon, Saskia van de Zande, Hendrika Bootsma, Andries Smit and Udo Mulder
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240171
  34. The effect of upright posture on the level of augmentation index (AIx) remains controversial [1–3]. Phenotypic differences in AIx responses to upright posture are unknown.

    Authors: Ilkka Pörsti, Matias Wilenius, Antti Tikkakoski, Arttu Eräranta, Manoj Kumar Choudhary, Jenni Koskela, Anna Tahvanainen and Jukka Mustonen
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240169
  35. Vascular and muscle deterioration are age-related processes, which both have a major impact on health and might share common predisposing factors and mechanisms. We investigated the possible association betwee...

    Authors: Lisanne Tap, Linda Kannegieter, Antine Flikweert and Francesco Mattace Raso
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240167
  36. Short telomere length (TL) is associated with atherosclerosis development. Aortic valve stenosis, an age-related disease characterized by narrowing of the aortic opening, is mainly caused by aortic valve calci...

    Authors: Ilona Saraieva, Simon Toupance, Magnus Back and Benetos Athanase
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240162
  37. It is important to understand regional variations in the mechanical and biochemical properties of the aorta to better predict and treat diseases. Although previous studies have been explored regional differenc...

    Authors: Phakakorn Panpho, Riaz Akhtar, Jill Madine and Mark Field
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240160
  38. There is still a pressing need to develop small-diameter vascular vessels for vascular reconstructive procedures. Tissue Engineering offers the prospect of being able to meet this medical demand, as it allows ...

    Authors: Tatiana Felizardo, Nuno M. Neves, Albino Martins and Rui L. Reis
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240158
  39. Aortic stiffness assessed by carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity (PWV) is an important predictor to gauge the overall risk of hypertensive patients; nonetheless, it is underutilized in everyday practice. We de...

    Authors: Panagiotis Xaplanteris, Charalambos Vlachopoulos, Athanasios Protogerou, Konstantinos Aznaouridis, Dimitris Terentes-Printzios, Antonis Argyris, Nikolaos Tentolouris, Petros Sfikakis and Dimitris Tousoulis
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240138
  40. Central haemodynamic parameters derived from reservoir pressure analysis (RPA-parameters) exhibit prognostic utility. Alterations in reservoir function could have an unfavourable influence on target organs, su...

    Authors: Kunihiko Aizawa, Francesco Casanova, David M. Mawson, Kim M. Gooding, W. David Strain, Phillip E. Gates, Gerd Östling, Faisel Khan, Helen M. Colhoun, Carlo Palombo, Kim H. Parker, Jan Nilsson, Angela C. Shore and Alun D. Hughes
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240136
  41. Increased adiposity is associated with poorer left ventricular (LV) function but the mediating role of blood pressure (BP) and other cardiovascular measures is unknown. We investigated the roles of potential m...

    Authors: Hannah Taylor, Alun D. Hughes, Abigail Fraser, Laura Howe, George Davey Smith, Debbie Lawlor, Nishi Chaturvedi and Chloe Park
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240134
  42. Wave intensity analysis (WIA) in the aorta offers important clinical and mechanistic insights but is difficult non-invasively. We performed WIA by combining high temporal resolution cardiovascular magnetic res...

    Authors: Anish Bhuva, Niro Nadarajan, Andrew D’Silva, Camilla Torlasco, Redha Boubertakh, Siana Jones, Paul Scully, Rachel Bastiaenen, Guy Lloyd, Sanjay Sharma, James Moon, Kim Parker, Charlotte Manisty and Alun Hughes
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240132
  43. Association of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) with mortality depends on cardiac function in hemodialysis patients. Evidence for the predictive power of central Systolic Pressure (cSBP) is inconclu...

    Authors: Christopher C. Mayer, Julia Matschkal, Pantelis A. Sarafidis, Stefan Hagmair, Georg Lorenz, Susanne Angermann, Matthias C. Braunisch, Marcus Baumann, Uwe Heemann, Christoph Schmaderer and Siegfried Wassertheurer
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240130
  44. An increasing number of individuals will face age-related cognitive difficulties, as life expectancy has increased globally. It is therefore important to identify modifiable risk factors for cognitive impairme...

    Authors: Tan Lai Zhou, Abraham Kroon, Coen Stehouwer, Martin van Boxtel, Frans Verhey, Miranda Schram, Thomas van Sloten and Ronald Henry
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240128
  45. The PORT-VASPh Cohort was designed to contribute to a better understanding of vascular function in children and adolescents, mostly focusing PWV and other complementary aspects of arterial hemodynamics.

    Authors: Telmo Pereira, João Maldonado and Margarida Carvalho
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240126
  46. Both the Sphygmocor (S) and Vicorder (V) devices can be used for Pulse Wave Analysis (PWA) and Velocity (PWV). We investigated if there were differences in the associations between markers of Cardiovascular Di...

    Authors: Elizabeth Ellins, Lucy Lennon, Olia Papacosta, Goya Wannamethee, Peter Whincup and Julian Halcox
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240122
  47. Angioplasty with stenting is one of the primary treatment for coronary artery disease, hence, performance of the stent is deemed important. Bioabsorbable stents are the new generation of stents. Bioabsorbable ...

    Authors: Hossein Bahreinizad, Milad Salimi Bani, Arezoo Khosravi and Alireza Karimi
    Citation: Artery Research 2018 24:240101

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