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SBPSurvivor Benefit Plan (US DoD)
SBPState Bank of Pakistan
SBPSystolic Blood Pressure
SBPStowarzyszenie Bibliotekarzy Polskich (Polish: Polish Librarians Association)
SBPSchool Breakfast Program
SBPSt. Bernard Project (Chalmette, LA)
SBPSummation-by-Parts (mathematics)
SBPSpontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis
SBPSubstrate Binding Pocket (amino acids)
SBPSunday Business Post (Ireland)
SBPSoftware Boot Protection
SBPSerial Bus Protocol
SBPSound Blaster Professional
SBPSunset Beach Party (Finnish music festival)
SBPSmall Bowel Perforation
SBPState Bank of Patiala (India)
SBPSchool Breakfast Participation (various locations)
SBPSerial Bus Protocol (IEEE-1394 serial bus)
SBPSmall Business Program
SBPSkill-Based Pay (compensation system)
SBPStandard Back-Propagation (algorithm)
SBPStandards-Based Program (various organizations)
SBPSociety of Business Practitioners (UK)
SBPStolen Base Percentage (baseball statistic)
SBPStrategic Business Plan
SBPSociedade Brasileira de Patologia (Brazilian Society of Pathology)
SBPSchool Building Program (Philippines)
SBPScience-Based Practice (pathology)
SBPSliding Block Puzzle (game)
SBPsupine blood pressure
SBPStructural Biology Program
SBPSwedish Brain Power (est. 2005)
SBPSupplemental Benefit Plan (insurance)
SBPSoil Borne Pathogen
SBPStudent Business Plan (various schools)
SBPShoebox Project (Harry Potter fanfiction)
SBPSociete Bancaire Privee (Swiss asset management)
SBPSpecial Boiling Point (solvents)
SBPService Benefit Plan
SBPSearch Best Practices (FAST Search)
SBPSustainable Banking with the Poor
SBPSan Luis Obispo, CA, USA - San Luis Obispo County Airport (Airport Code)
SBPShape Based Pricing (shipping)
SBPSmall Business Profiles (Canada)
SBPSociedade Brasileira de Parasitologia
SBPSonic Boom Panel (International Civil Aviation Organization)
SBPSensor Based Planning Lab (Carnegie Mellon University)
SBPSleeping Bear Press (children's book publisher)
SBPScotia Bank Place (Ottawa Senators home arena)
SBPScreen Block and Pay (finance)
SBPSymmetry-Breaking Predicate
SBPSociety of Biological Psychiatry
SBPSoftware Best Practices
SBPSocial Computing, Behavioral Modeling, and Prediction (Workshop)
SBPStatic Branch Prediction
SBPSanta Barbara Project (California)
SBPSchoolboy Pin (wrestling)
SBPSerotonin-Binding Protein
SBPSite Builder Program (websites)
SBPSociété Belge de Pédiatrie (French: Belgian Society of Pediatrics)
SBPSociété Belge de Psychanalyse (French: Belgian Society of Psychoanalysis)
SBPSociété Belge de Physique (French: Belgian Society of Physics)
SBPStandard Business Practice
SBPSerial Block Protocol (IEEE 1394)
SBPShort Bus Posse (gaming website)
SBPSurety Bond Program
SBPSluzhba Bezopasnosti Prezidenta (Russian: President's Security Service; since 1993; one of KGB successors)
SBPShowBiz Pizza (pizza and game place)
SBPSteel Beasts Pro, Personal Edition (gaming)
SBPSimple Block-Based Prediction
SBPSmall Business Pipeline (web newsletter)
SBPSussex Business Partnership (UK)
SBPStride-Based Predictor
SBPSubmarine Broadcast Processor
SBPSustaining Base Pool
SBPSpecial Business Provision (Boeing contract)
SBPSummmary Plot Board (US Navy)
SBPstatic bollard pull (nautical)
SBPSingle-Base Propellant
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In addition, Watson said, high systolic blood pressure is more prevalent, because of natural changes in blood pressure as people age.
"Lifetime exposure to elevated systolic blood pressure may be associated with an increased risk of major valvular heart disease, suggesting that blood pressure lowering might be a useful strategy for prevention of this condition," the authors write.
Vital Data of Study of Postmenopausal Group and Premenopausal Group Parameter Postmenopausal Group Premenopausal Group (Mean [+ or -] SD) (Mean [+ or -] SD) Pulse (beats/min) 82.16 [+ or -] 2.13 80.76 [+ or -] 2.0 Systolic Blood Pressure 121 [+ or -] 2.75 119 [+ or -] 3.10 (mmHg) Diastolic Blood Pressure 81.76 [+ or -] 2.16 80.28 [+ or -] 4.04 Parameter t Value p Value Significance Pulse (beats/min) 3.37 <0.01 HS Systolic Blood Pressure 3.68 <0.0001 HS (mmHg) Diastolic Blood Pressure 2.28 <0.05 S (mmHg)
"Also, when we looked at differences in blood pressure over time within individuals, comparing years when they lived in an area with a smoke-free law to years when they didn't, systolic blood pressure was lower on average when they lived in an area with smoke-free laws, after accounting for overall trends in blood pressure and for how people's levels of risk factors like diet and physical activity changed over the study period," Mayne explained.
In this study, whereas there was not a statistically significance difference between the diastolic blood pressure values measured by the female and male students, a statistically significant difference existed between the systolic blood pressure values measured by the female and male students (p<0.05).
"What we're observing from the combined dietary intervention is a reduction in systolic blood pressure as high as, if not greater than, that achieved with prescription drugs."
Participants were sorted into four groups based on their baseline systolic blood pressure: 120-129, 130-139, 140-149 and 150 or greater baseline systolic blood pressure.
The researchers found that systolic blood pressure was 2.7AaAaAeAc mmHg low and diastolic blood pressure was 1.5 mmHg lower when participants ate around 60 grams of rolled oats (a packed half-cup raw oats) or 25 grams of oat bran per day.
Patients with both type 2 diabetes and acute heart failure face a significantly lower risk of death but a higher risk of heart failure-related hospitalisation if they have had high systolic blood pressure on discharge from the hospital compared to those with normal blood pressure.
Controlling systolic blood pressure to a target of 120 mm Hg, compared with the standard target of 140 mm Hg, reduces a composite outcome (myocardial infarction, acute coronary syndrome, stroke, congestive heart failure, or cardiovascular death) by 25% and a secondary outcome of all-cause mortality by 27% in patients ages 50 and older with cardiovascular risk factors (but not diabetes or previous stroke).
Each 10-mm Hg reduction in systolic blood pressure was associated with a 20% reduction in major cardiovascular disease events (95% confidence interval, 0.77-0.83), a 17% reduction in coronary heart disease (95% CI, 0.78-0.88), a 27% reduction in stroke (95% CI, 0.68-0.77), and a 28% reduction in heart failure (95% CI, 0.67-0.78), based on the meta-analysis published by the Lancet.
Exactly how much your systolic blood pressure (the upper number in the reading) should be lowered remains debatable, and a new study may further fuel the debate.