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ATRAMIAutonomic Tone and Reflexes After Myocardial Infarction
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The ATRAMI study showed that low values of either heart-rate variability (SDNN < 70 ms) or BRS (<3.0 ms/mm Hg) are a significant multivariate riskof cardiac mortality [37] compared to our studywhere reduced SDNN < 120 ms suggested higher risk.
ATRAMI (Autonomic Tone and Reflexes After Myocardial Infarction) study showed that impaired vagal reflexes expressed by a depressed BRS were significant predictors of total cardiac mortality independently of well-established risk factors such as depressed left ventricular function (39).