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Paper Title: Assessment Of Parasympathetic Autonomic Function In Stage 1 Essential Hypertension By 30:15 ratio test.
Authors Name: Talele Pallavi , Badhe Yuvaraj , Deshpande Sangita , Kowale Arun
Unique Id: IJSDR1710027
Published In: Volume 2 Issue 10, October-2017
Abstract: Abstract: There is more incidence of resting tachycardia and arrhythmias in essential hypertension. Resting heart rate is the index of vagal tone. This suggests some derangement of parasympathetic autonomic functions in essential hypertension. In essential hypertension autonomic nerves supplying the heart may also be affected leading to cardiac autonomic neuropathy. The 30:15 ratio is a measure of parasympathetic function. Parasympathetic autonomic functions are less studied in stage 1 essential hypertension. So the present study was aimed to measure 30:15 ratio in stage 1 essential hypertensive subjects. Study designed as analytical, cross-sectional, comparative study in the Department of Physiology B J medical college and hospital, Pune. Newly diagnosed 50 essential hypertensive male subjects in the age group of 35 -50 years having stage 1 hypertension according to JNC 7 criteria were selected in study group. In control group healthy age and gender matched, 50 normotensive subjects were selected. After informed consent, 30:15 ratio was measured in the study and control group. Comparisons were performed using ‘z-test’ in the two groups. 30:15 ratio was significantly decreased in stage 1 essential hypertensive subjects as compared to normotensive subjects. (p <0.0001**) Conclusion: The parasympathetic autonomic function is decreased in stage 1essential hypertensive subjects as compared to normotensive subjects.
Keywords: Key words: Hypertension, parasympathetic autonomic functions, 30:15 ratio.
Cite Article: "Assessment Of Parasympathetic Autonomic Function In Stage 1 Essential Hypertension By 30:15 ratio test.", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.2, Issue 10, page no.123 - 126, October-2017, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1710027.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJSDR1710027
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Published In: Volume 2 Issue 10, October-2017
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