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Potentiation of sympathetic nerve responses to hypoxia in borderline hypertensive subjects
We tested the hypothesis that sympathetic nerve responses to stimulation of chemoreceptors by hypoxia are exaggerated in borderline hypertensive humans. We compared responses to isocapnic hypoxia in eight borderline hypertensive subjects and eight normotensive control subjects matched for age, sex, weight, and height without a family history of hypertension. Measurements of heart rate, mean blood pressure, minute ventilation, and sympathetic nerve activity to muscle were made before and duringdoi:10.1161/01.hyp.11.6.608 fatcat:hr2zyakfpfhldptvm4dixujunm