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2000, Exercise BP response in subjects with high-normal BP: exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise and risk of future hypertension in subjects with high-normal blood pressure.
Endothelial dysfunction in patients with exaggerated blood pressure response during treadmill test.
The lower arterial compliance can result in an exaggerated blood pressure response during exercise.
Frequently, regular hemodynamic stress in high-risk subjects with exaggerated blood pressure response during exercise could constitute an additional risk factor for the development of left ventricular hypertrophy and accelerated target organ damage.
The reported data could be used by clinicians to interpret more accurately the significance of exaggerated blood pressure response during exercise in a subject of a specific sex and may permit investigators to define and interpret blunted heart rate, systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure decline after exercise in statistical terms stratified by gender.
Exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise: pathophysiologic mechanisms and clinical relevance.