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Disruption of Physiological Rhythms Persist Following Cessation of Cigarette Smoke Exposure in Mice

Gilles Vanderstocken, Jade P. Marrow, Melissa A. Allwood, Martin R. Stampfli, Jeremy A. Simpson
2020 Frontiers in Physiology  
Acute cigarette smoke exposure resulted in anapyrexia, and bradycardia, with divergent effects on SBP.  ...  Long term, cigarette smoke exposure disrupted physiological rhythms after just 1 week, which persisted across 24 weeks of exposure (as shown by mixed effects on mesor, amplitude, acrophase, and goodness-of-fit  ...  The aim of this study was to characterize the effects of acute and chronic cigarette smoke exposure on physiological rhythms, specifically, body temperature, heart rate, systolic blood pressure (SBP),  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2020.501383 pmid:33192539 pmcid:PMC7609783 fatcat:r5mz22ylavgydjm5tvu3omkpsm

Smoking effect on the circadian rhythm of blood pressure in hypertensive subjects [article]

Giulia Silveri, Lorenzo Pascazio, Aleksandar Miladinovic, Milos Ajcevic, Agostino Accardo
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The use of office measurement of Blood Pressure (BP) as well as of the mean on day-time, on night-time or on 24h does not accurately describe the changes of the BP circadian rhythm.  ...  Cigarette smoking is one of the most relevant risk factors increasing cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The study was partially supported by Master in Clinical Engineering, University of Trieste.  ... 
arXiv:2011.05392v1 fatcat:yvseahri6vf7teuge6kz4s2jke

Smoking effect on the circadian rhythm of blood pressure in hypertensive subjects [article]

Giulia Silveri, Lorenzo Pascazio, Aleksandar Miladinovic, Miloš Ajčević, Agostino Accardo
2020 figshare.com  
The use of office measurement of Blood Pressure (BP) as well as of the mean on day-time, on night-time or on 24h does not accurately describe the changes of the BP circadian rhythm.  ...  Cigarette smoking is one of the most relevant risk factors increasing cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The study was partially supported by Master in Clinical Engineering, University of Trieste.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13129028.v1 fatcat:njayhew6cbhl5m7ueyjmxg7dtm

24-h blood pressure and autonomic function is related to albumin excretion within the normoalbuminuric range in IDDM patients

P. L. Poulsen, E. Ebbehøj, K. W. Hansen, C. E. Mogensen
1997 Diabetologia  
Abbreviations: AMBP, Ambulatory blood pressure; CCV HF, coefficient of component variance HF; CCV LF, coefficient of component variance LF; MSSD, mean square of successive R-R differences; N/D ratio, night  ...  Mølgaard for helpful criticism of the manuscript and to M. Møller for excellent technical assistance.  ...  blood pressure rhythm.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s001250050739 pmid:9222653 fatcat:zhu6aqh4mve4je3y34b6hh7rwy

Exposure to nicotine-free and flavor-free e-cigarette vapors modifies the pulmonary response to tobacco cigarette smoke in female mice

Ariane Lechasseur, Carol-Ann Huppé, Maude Talbot, Joanie Routhier, Sophie Aubin, Marie-Josée Beaulieu, Caroline Duchaine, David Marsolais, Mathieu C Morissette
2020 American Journal of Physiology - Lung cellular and Molecular Physiology  
Due to the relative novelty of this habit, very little is known on the impact of vaping on pulmonary health, even less on the potential interactions of dual e-cigarette and tobacco cigarette use.  ...  Therefore, we used well-established mouse models to investigate the impact of dual exposure to e-cigarette vapors and tobacco cigarette smoke on lung homeostasis.  ...  Impact of e-cigarette and dual exposure on pulmonary circadian rhythm regulatory genes.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajplung.00037.2020 pmid:32845704 fatcat:pv4xof3wbbb2jhc4ynvtr4gh4q

Page 26 of International Pharmaceutical Abstracts Vol. 32, Issue 14 [page]

1995 International Pharmaceutical Abstracts  
cotinine 30 mg after 48 h of abstinence from cigarette smoking.  ...  It was concluded that cotinine is behaviorally active in the setting of cigarette abstinence at blood concentrations similar to those commonly achieved through daily cigarette smoking. (29 references)  ... 

Effects of environmental and social stressors on biological rhythms

Hiroyuki Sakakibara, Michiko Torii Yasuda, Kayoko Shimoi
2016 The Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine  
The effects of environmental and social stressors on circadian rhythm are also discussed.  ...  Most biological events, including rapid endocrine responses, also exert effects on circadian rhythms.  ...  Acknowledgments A part of the work including this review was supported by JSPS KAKENHI grant numbers 15H02899 (KS) and 24650492 (HS).  ... 
doi:10.7600/jpfsm.5.143 fatcat:v2fgssffura7lidmqn377nt7ha

Acute effects of cigarette smoking on the heart rate variability of taxi drivers during work

Fumio Kobayashi, Takemasa Watanabe, Yasuhiro Akamatsu, Hikari Furui, Teruyuki Tomita, Rumi Ohashi, Junichiro Hayano
2005 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health  
Objectives This study attempted to clarify the acute effects of cigarette smoking on autonomic nervous function among taxi drivers under ordinary work conditions.  ...  The average values of these parameters for all of the cigarette smoking within the same time span of 0800-1659 and 1700-0159 were also determined.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by grants-in-aid for scientific research from the Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.  ... 
doi:10.5271/sjweh.919 fatcat:qihsyf2obvcsdmyy3eodzkjqoa

Acute effects of cigarette smoking on the heart rate variability of taxi drivers during work

Fumio Kobayashi, Takemasa Watanabe, Yasuhiro Akamatsu, Hikari Furui, Teruyuki Tomita, Rumi Ohashi, Junichiro Hayano
2005 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health  
This study attempted to clarify the acute effects of cigarette smoking on autonomic nervous function among taxi drivers under ordinary work conditions.  ...  The average values of these parameters for all of the cigarette smoking within the same time span of 0800-1659 and 1700-0159 were also determined.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by grants-in-aid for scientific research from the Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.  ... 
pmid:16273962 fatcat:mlssb2oomnfnphitfv6ay5nlny

Serotonin and Corticosterone Rhythms in Mice Exposed to Cigarette Smoke and in Patients with COPD: Implication for COPD-Associated Neuropathogenesis

Isaac K. Sundar, Hongwei Yao, Yadi Huang, Elizabeth Lyda, Patricia J. Sime, Michael T. Sellix, Irfan Rahman, Firoze Khan
2014 PLoS ONE  
and corticosterone rhythms in mice exposed to cigarette smoke and in patients with COPD: implication for COPD-associated neuropathogenesis' PLoS One, vol 9, no. 2, e87999.Abstract The circadian timing  ...  Together, these data reveal a significant impact of CS exposure on rhythms of stress hormone secretion and subsequent detrimental effects on cognitive function, depression-like behavior, mood/anxiety and  ...  Jae-woong Hwang, Suzanne Bellanca, and Stephanie Uhrinek (University of Rochester, NY) for their technical assistance. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0087999 pmid:24520342 pmcid:PMC3919731 fatcat:eg3kvs6q3fey5kdtekr7nhdxrq

Twenty-Four Hour Blood Pressure Variation and Cardiovascular Risks between Smokers and Nonsmokers

Prasanna Sundara Raju, B Chittibabu
2014 International Journal of Physical Education Fitness and Sports  
Smoking has been suggested as the causes of abnormal variations in blood pressure.  ...  The parameters analyzed were 24-hour daytime and nighttime systolic and diastolic blood pressure using sphygmomanometer. on SBP and DBP and 2 × 6 ANOVA with last factor repeated was computed.  ...  A better understanding of the 24-hour effect of smoking on blood pressure trends, actual systemic blood pressure and the impact on target organs is required.  ... 
doi:10.26524/14413 fatcat:pw3c6q7wtvhdfcwkewpisobqua

Registro de 24 horas da pressão arterial em tabagistas e não-tabagistas

Marcos Galan Morillo, Marisa Campos Moraes Amato, Sonia Perez Cendon Filha
2006 Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia  
objective: To evaluate the effect of smoking on blood pressure trends during a 24-hour period, by analyzing the parameters of the ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM).  ...  The parameters analyzed were: mean 24-hour, daytime and nighttime systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings; nocturnal dipping of systolic and diastolic pressures and blood pressure load.  ...  The objective of this study is to assess the effect of smoking on blood pressure trends during a 24-hour timeframe using the ambulatory blood pressure monitoring parameters.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0066-782x2006001700016 pmid:17128321 fatcat:ludgqtybe5dghnb3x443uamcmm

Surfactant Protein D, a Marker of Lung Innate Immunity, Is Positively Associated With Insulin Sensitivity

J. M. Fernandez-Real, S. Valdes, M. Manco, B. Chico, P. Botas, A. Campo, R. Casamitjana, E. Delgado, J. Salvador, G. Fruhbeck, G. Mingrone, W. Ricart
2010 Diabetes Care  
effects of weight loss on fasting and circadian rhythm of serum SP-D and cortisol concentrations in one prospective cohort.  ...  Moreover, the main components of cortisol and SP-D rhythms became synchronous after weight loss.  ...  No potential conflicts of interest relevant to this article were reported.  ... 
doi:10.2337/dc09-0542 pmid:20086254 pmcid:PMC2845040 fatcat:jnjcqh3ac5dztk6g3uqxkvy4q4

Circadian rhythms – from genes to physiology and disease

T Bollinger, U Schibler
2014 Swiss Medical Weekly  
Here we give an overview on the molecular and cellular architecture of the mammalian circadian timing system and provide some thoughts on its medical and social impact. 24 Schmidt TM, Chen SK, Hattar S  ...  These include cerebral activity (sleep-wake cycles), metabolism and energy homeostasis, heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, renal activity, and hormone as well as cytokine secretion.  ...  Thus, cerebral activity, the cardiovascular system (heart rate and blood pressure) [12] , renal activity (plasma flow, urine production, blood pressure, electrolyte and water homeostasis) [13] , the  ... 
doi:10.4414/smw.2014.13984 pmid:25058693 fatcat:y2yzxc6p5benhkqirb5hmas5p4

Waterpipe (shisha, hookah) smoking, oxidative stress and hidden disease potential

Mohammad Badran, Ismail Laher
2020 Redox Biology  
Due to the abundant research on the harmful effects of cigarette smoking and the strict regulations enacted by many health authorities, many smokers are seeking for safer and more acceptable tobacco forms  ...  Although they differ in the method of consumption, waterpipe tobacco has similar deleterious constituents found in cigarettes but are generated at greater amounts.  ...  Similar to cigarette smoke, waterpipe smoke transiently increases heart rate and blood pressure immediately after exposure.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.redox.2020.101455 pmid:32086009 pmcid:PMC7327957 fatcat:fpyivqpv7veihdebvseskkspx4
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