baroreflex


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bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks),
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

/baro·re·flex/ (bar´o-re″fleks) baroreceptor reflex.

baroreflex

(băr′ō-rē′flĕks′)
n.
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

A vasomotor reflex which originates in the baroreceptors and responds to distension of the walls of great vessels of the head and neck to the commissural, dorsolateral and medial portions of the solitary tract nucleus of the brain stem.

bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks)
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

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First, autonomic dysfunction such as baroreflex impairment and sympathetic overactivity may be related to poor outcome in ICH patients with increased BP variability.
Propofol induced hypotension during induction is mediated by inhibition of the sympathetic nervous system and impairment of the baroreflex regulatory mechanism.
This study is also the first to report improvement in heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity 6 physiological responses to stress 6 after the use of an intervention for service members or veterans with ongoing symptoms of post-traumatic stress.
Baroreflex modulation of muscle sympathetic nerve activity during cold pressor test in humans.
Moreover, alteration of the carotid sinus pressure resulting from neck palpation or electric stimulation may cause carotid baroreflex (Filippone & Bisognano, 2007).
20,39) Bradycardia response may also be a result of evoked baroreflex function.
Cardiac autonomic function and baroreflex changes following 4 weeks of resistance versus aerobic training in individuals with pre-hypertension.
Changes in SBPR have been proposed to be associated with sympathetic and parasympathetic activity, systemic vascular resistance, and baroreflex sensitivity.
11-7] It might be anticipated that the baroreflex function would be decreased in pregnancy due to physiological hypervolemia.
However, it is unknown whether it also modulates the hemodynamic reactions to acute hypoxia, cardiac baroreflex sensitivity (BRS) and if there is any effect of dopamine withdrawal [8].
The purpose of the tilt table test is to determine if there is arterial baroreflex failure in the heart (Fereshtehnejad & Lokk, 2014).
2011) Autonomic nervous function and baroreflex sensitivity in hypertensive diabetic patients.