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Abp

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abp

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) archbishop

abp.

archbishop.
Translations

Abp

ABBR =ArchbishopArz., Arzpo.
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For instance, a decrease in renal mass (a decrease in number of nephrons) to one-half or one third of normal does not usually change the long-term level of mean arterial blood pressure as long as the ratio of glomerular filtration rate and renal tubular reabsorption are constant.
The arterial blood pressure curve is utilized to determine the patient's cardiovascular status and to support decisions regarding clinical interventions.
Research: Low plasma 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25[OH]D) concentration is associated with high arterial blood pressure and hypertension risk.
of 20 g/kg RPL554 caused a reduction in mean arterial blood pressure, a
The study protocol was stopped in patients requiring inotropes or vasopressors for unstable haemodynamics (mean arterial blood pressure <60 mmHg), or the occurrence of an arrhythmia.
We checked maternal and fetal heart rates, maternal arterial blood pressure and temperatures, and the frequency of uterine contractions before and after exercise.
In a study of the short-term effects of ambient air pollutants and temperature on arterial blood pressure in 70 people with type 2 diabetes mellitus, they found opposing effects-fine particulate matter ([PM.
Kashifs thesis developed a simple model to relate ICP to arterial blood pressure and cerebral blood-flow velocity waveforms, both of which can be measured noninvasively or minimally invasively.
Results showed that average arterial blood pressure rose by 1.
High blood pressure is classed as a chronic medical condition in which arterial blood pressure is raised, making the heart work harder thus tiring and weakening it sooner.
In this review, we aimed to overview biological clocks, circadian blood pressure pattern and the relationship between circadian arterial blood pressure pattern and indices of cardiac autonomic functions.