Ergometry in Hypertensive Patients: Implications for by Prof. Dr. med. Ingomar-Werner Franz (auth.)

By Prof. Dr. med. Ingomar-Werner Franz (auth.)

Within the sector of basic medication, the final 20 years have noticeable the healing tactics more and more supplemented by way of func­ tions that may be summed up lower than the heading of "preventive health and wellbeing care." there's a shut hyperlink among this improvement and the altering morbidity development. In hugely built international locations the morbidity cost because of infectious ailments has been a lot decreased, whereas a number of the varieties of arteriosclerosis, a few tumorous stipulations, and so-called practical syndromes have attained vast prevalence premiums. Systematic epidemiologic reports have yielded the concept that of threat components, i. e., convinced exogenous and endogenous components whose removing, preferably, could give the chance to prevent the manifestation of an disorder or to make sure it didn't turn into mani­ fest until eventually later in lifestyles or in a milder shape. The socioeconomic and sociomedical importance of those facets is substantial, as may be visible from all of the facts at the purposes for lack of ability and early retirement and at the relative contributions of other in poor health­ nesses to overall mortality. powerful avoidance of health problems by means of fundamental prophylaxis (elimi­ country of the explanations of illness) or early detection of the symp­ toms of disorder (secondary prophylaxis) resulting in early deal with­ ment will be a very major breakthrough, seeing that relating to lots of the stipulations pointed out above basically pallia­ tive types of remedy can be found, and none that experience any cu­ rative effect.

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No differences were apparent within age groups, although values tended to diminish with age, as in the males (Table 9). The greatest fall of heart rate occurred at the end of the first minute ofrecovery. Mter five minutes the heart rate had not yet returned to the initial pre-exercise level. 4. Comparative Assessment of the Blood Pressure Responses of Normotensive Men and Women The 20- to 50-year-old men in our study developed a blood pressure of 188 ± 14 over 92 ± 9 mm Hg at a workload of 100 watts.

80 60 I rest 50 60 90 80 ergometric work (watts) 70 100 l' 2' I 3' I 4' I 5' after work (min) Fig. 14. , 10:00-noon, 4:00-6:00 p. ). The shaded areas indicate the standard deviation of the initial reading ments is far smaller than the maximum mean difference of 10 mm Hg observed prior to ergometry. As in the Stage 1 hypertensives, the heart rates of the borderline hypertensives during and after ergometry showed no significant differences from one test to the next. The high reproducibility of blood pressure responses to ergometry has been confirmed by other authors [262, 264].

III-Il~· D8P 60 Rest d n -173; x • 9 n - 150; x - 34 7 yrs . 12. 9 kg, is 171 ± 13/ 89 8 mm Hg with a heart rate of 111 ± 13/ min. As will be shown (see Chap. ), blood pressure responses during the recovery period provide a highly specific means of differentiating normotension from hypertension. In the normotensive individual, the blood pressure reaches or falls below the resting upper normotensive limit of 140/90 mm Hg within five minutes after exercise is terminated.

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