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Caspase Lesions of PVN-Projecting MnPO Neurons Blocks the Sustained Component of CIH-Induced Hypertension in Adult Male Rats
Purpose: Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is characterized by cessations in respiration that leads to development of hypertension and persists into the waking period even during normal respiratory patterns. Previous studies ...
Acute Leg Heating Protects Against Vascular Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury in Humans
Purpose: Reperfusion that follows a period of ischemia paradoxically reduces vasodilator function in humans, a phenomenon referred to as vascular ischemia-reperfusion (I/R) injury. Acute whole-body hot water immersion ...
Examining the Sex Effect on Oxidative Stress during Simulated Hemorrhage Induced by Lower Body Negative Pressure
Purpose Traumatic hemorrhage is one of the leading causes of death in both the military and civilian settings. Massive blood loss is known to elicit an increase in oxidative stress as a consequence of tissue ischemia and ...
Sex Differences in Responses of Nucleus Tractus Solitarii Neurons to Acute Tissue Hypoxia
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a risk factor associated with cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension. Females are protected from the hypertensive and tachycardia effects of chronic intermittent hypoxia model of ...
Peak Analysis of Cerebral Blood Velocity Responses to Forced Low Frequency Oscillations during Simulated Hemorrhagic Stress in Humans
Peak Analysis of Cerebral Blood Velocity Responses to Forced Low Frequency Oscillations during Simulated Hemorrhagic Stress in Humans Haley J. Barnes, B.S., Garen K. Anderson, M.S., Alexander J. Rosenberg, Ph.D., Flora ...