hyperreactor

hyperreactor

(ˌhaɪpərɪˈæktə)
n
a person who behaves in a hyperreactive manner
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and/or 15 mmHg of diastolic blood pressure and hyperreactor [showing increase rise than above].
Hines and Brown later on modified the old criteria of hyperreactor and gave 'new' definition of hyperreactor and those having a rise of 15 mmHg diastolic or greater and a maximal basal diastolic pressure exceeding 90 mmHg.
30 young medical student aged 17-27 years who were hyperreactors to cold pressor test participated in the study.
Hyperreactors who have positive family history were more vulnerable to future hypertension due to their sympathetic overactivity.
They observed the effect of pain caused cold stress in the form of rise in blood pressure and on this basis subjects could be classified as hypo-reactors or hyperreactors.
These hyperreactors practiced yoga regularly for three months and after this period the 14 volunteers became hypo-reactors, whereas no change in the hyper-reactivity was observed in six volunteers.
because some children are hyperreactors," he added.
One thought is that some people with PPH may be hyperreactors.
CONCLUSION: Elevated SBP and DBP in response to cold pressor test and significantly higher number of hyperreactors are observed in the children of hypertensive parents.