DBP

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DBPDewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (Malay: Institute of Language and Literature)
DBPDiastolic Blood Pressure
DBPDevelopment Bank of the Philippines
DBPDisinfection Byproduct
DBPData Bus Parity
DBPData Base Project
DBPData Broadcasting Platform
DBPDeferred Bonus Plan (various companies)
DBPDNA Binding Protein
DBPVitamin D - Binding Protein
DBPDraw Bar Pull (vehicle measurement)
DBPDibutylphthalate
DBPDeutsche Bundespost (German federal mail)
DBPDien Bien Phu (Vietnamese city)
DBPDatabase Project (Visual Studio File Extension)
DBPDefined Benefit Plan
DBPDiversity Best Practices
DBPD-Bifunctional Protein (deficiency)
DBPDisinfectant Byproduct
DBPDublin-Pleasanton (Amtrak station code; Dublin-Pleasonton, CA)
DBPDistribution Boulangerie Pâtisserie (French bakery distribution company)
DBPDark Basic Professional
DBPDeep Blue Pearl (color)
DBPDibutyl Phosphate
DBPDraft Business Plan
DBPDatabase Processor
DBPDistance Based Priority
DBPDecorin-Binding Protein A
DBPDon Bosco Preparatory (Ramsey, NJ high school)
DBPDeutsches Bundespatent (Federal German Patent)
DBPDeath By Powerpoint (slang for a boring presentation)
DBPDouble Bass Pedal (drum equipment)
DBPDual Beam Photoconductivity
DBPDesign Baseline Program
DBPDragonbotpro (gaming)
DBPDeuromedia Broadcast Platform
DBPDirect Buy Program
DBPDNA-Blocking Protein
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In this study I find 95th and 99th percentiles of both systolic and diastolic blood pressure among 5 years of boys and girls are higher than that of 6 years followed by gradual increase of systolic and diastolic blood pressure as age advances that strongly correlated with Voors et al study, [9] Dilermamdo Fazito de Rezende study, [10] Santo Andre and Purspha Krishna et al study.
The standard dose was started as described in Bristish National Formulary (BNF) after measuring baseline blood pressure using standard mercury sphygmomanometer (dose was decided according to diastolic blood pressure detailed below in Table 1).
Upon comparing the mean differences in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure with BMI, we found significant differences in both systolic (p < 0.001) and diastolic (p = 0.002) blood pressure.
The b regression coefficient of O blood group for SBP and DBP were 7.01 and 5.407 (p= 0.002, 0.001), which shows that systolic and diastolic blood pressure increased by 7 and 5 units respectively due to the presence of blood group O.
However a recent (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25421976) trial in 68 adults who already had high blood pressure found beetroot juice reduced systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
No significant relationship was found between the level of dental anxiety and the blood pressure fluctuations, although some rise in diastolic blood pressures was found just after the administration of local anesthesia, possibly because of fear and pain due to needle penetration.
After in-formed consent, three readings of systolic blood pres-sure and the diastolic blood pressure were taken while the patients were seated in a comfortable position and an average of three readings was calculated.
Systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and blood sugar decreased significantly after weight loss in both groups while HDL-C and TG levels did not change in both groups.
Handgrip Dynamometer Test (HGT): The baseline systolic and diastolic blood pressure values were recorded.
The lowest blood pressure is diastolic blood pressure, which represents the lowest pressure in the arteries during ventricular diastole also; it is environmental or psychological strength to move blood from the capillary arteriole.
The authors of the study admit to certain limitations on the research-namely, due to the study's design, it isn't clear whether increased diastolic blood pressure is causing cognitive impairment, or if the two problems coincide for other reasons, including the possibility that memory and other processing problems may in fact be driving the incidence of higher blood pressure by effecting diet and weight.
PURPOSE: To verify the effects of thalassotherapy on the behaviour of arterial systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP) and heart rate in controlled hypertense individuals.