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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.31 No.2 April 2007. -

The aim of the study was to assess the relationship between systolic blood pressure during maximal treadmill test

SBPmtt and flow-mediated vasodilation FMD. Abnormal rise of SBPmtt is the phenomenon more frequent in hypertensive

persons but it could be found in normotensive subjects too. 199 subjects referred to treadmill test were enrolled in the

study. Four groups were formed: hypertensives with abnormal SBPmtt group A, hypertensives with normal SBPmtt

group B, normotensives with abnormal SBPmtt group C and normotensives with normal SBPmtt group D. Rise of

SBPmtt above 200 mmHg was considered abnormal reaction. Simple linear regression analysis showed significant inverse

relationship between SBPmtt and FMD F=20.2036, p



Author: Jure Mirat - Robert Bernat - Željko Majdančić - Ivana Kolčić - Edvard Galić - Hrvojka Zeljko - Mijo Bergovec - Željko Rein

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