rate-pressure product

rate-pressure product

the heart rate multiplied by the systolic blood pressure. It is a clinical indicator of myocardial oxygen demand.
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The patient was sent a wrist blood pressure cuff for heart rate and blood pressure monitoring and was advised to keep his rate-pressure product (heart rate multiplied by systolic blood pressure) below 36,000 (2).
They compared oxygen cost, heart rate, blood pressure, rate-pressure product, and rating of perceived exertion.
Non-PAD PAD [DELTA] (n = 23) (n = 48) Supine rest Heart rate (bpm) 68 [+ or -] 67 [+ or -] -0 10 11 Systolic blood 125 [+ or -] 132 [+ or -] 7 pressure (mmHg) 11 18 Diastolic blood 75 [+ or -] 74 [+ or -] -1 pressure (mmHg) 7 10 Rate-pressure product 8.
ATP turnover during low-flow ischemia was inversely related to recovery of the rate-pressure product (P = 0.
Rate-pressure product (RPP) was calculated by multiplying HR by SAP.
The important anti-ischemic effects of NovaDel's nitroglycerin lingual spray were also evidenced by the prolongation of the time to 1mm ST segment depression and the subjects' ability to exercise to a higher rate-pressure product.
The rate-pressure product [heart rate x systolic blood pressure (mmHg x beats x [min.
In one of the first head-to-head trials to compare the advantages of two blood pressure treatments administered at night, Biovail Corporation's (NYSE, TSX: BVF) Cardizem(R) LA outperformed Altace(R), the nation's top selling branded ACE inhibitor, on trial endpoints including reductions in early-morning and 24-hour blood pressure, heart rate and rate-pressure product, a strong correlate of myocardial oxygen consumption.
Training was symptom-limited; patients were monitored for hypertension (blood pressure >240/110 mm Hg), hypotension (systolic blood pressure decrease of >10 mm Hg), elevated rate-pressure product (>36,000), ventricular arrhythmias, ST depression, angina, dizziness, pain, shortness of breath, and perceived exertion.
During the second test, exercise was carried to the same rate-pressure product and each patient received the opposite infusion.
1978) The rate-pressure product as an index of myocardial oxygen consumption during exercise in patients with angina pectoris.