salt sensitivity

salt sen·si·tiv·i·ty

the tendency of certain bacterial suspensions to agglutinate spontaneously in physiologic saline solution.
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Some kindly cautioned me to be careful about pushing my 'theories on salt sensitivity' on Filipinos and Asians, and how it should be managed with the right medicines.
T2DM patients are more susceptible to hypertension because of their increased salt sensitivity compared with nondiabetic individuals [11, 12].
Salt sensitivity, defined by a significant blood pressure (BP) increase in response to salt consumption, is a potential major health problem.
Moore says that there is likely a subset of people sensitive to salt who would benefit from lowering sodium intake, but more research is needed to develop easier methods to screen for salt sensitivity and to determine appropriate guidelines for intakes of sodium and potassium in this salt-sensitive group of people.
Liu, 2004) The water sensitivity experiment results of Zhenbei area Chang 7 reservoir were as shown in Table 3; results of salt sensitivity were as illustrated in Figure 8.
Altered shoot/root Na+ distribution and bifurcating salt sensitivity in Arabidopsis by genetic disruption of the Na+ transporter AtHKT1.
Because there is currently no way to test for salt sensitivity, it's recommended that everyone cut back.
Sanders, "Mechanisms and consequences of salt sensitivity and dietary salt intake," Current Opinion in Nephrology and Hypertension, vol.
Moreover, damage to the PM has been found to be associated with changes in membrane physical structure and/ or chemical properties, and thus increased salt sensitivity in response to salinity (Huang, 2006a).
Other hypertensive subjects who have low PRA and salt sensitivity may exhibit no response or even a mild pressor response to Mg supplementation.
Salt sensitivity, a phenomenon for heterogeneous BP responses to changes in dietary sodium intake, is observed in hypertensive and normotensive individuals (5).