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The assessment of spontaneous variability of blood pressure and heart rate is based on specific physiological hypotheses about dynamic features, for example, the baroreflex modulation of heart rate over time in daily life. Usually, arterial baroreflex control of heart rate is explored without delays between blood pressure and heart rate data points, within a narrow range of values excluding the analysis of saturation regions or low threshold changes. In this work, we examine the dynamicdoi:10.1152/japplphysiol.00364.2019 pmid:31804893 fatcat:mtiphigdqjhudbrkzgnxx3majm