Science – Future of Lithuania / Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis, Vol 2, No 4 (2010)

Research on the Time-Dependent Adaptation of Arterial Blood Pressure Considering Load Value

Mečislovas Mariūnas
Zyta Kuzborska


The article analyses the time-dependent adaptation of arterial blood pressure with reference to load value, age and gender. Three male and female groups of different age were investigated applying load from 50 W to 150 W. Veloergometer “Kettler” and computerized “Siemens” and SpaceLabs Medical” data recording systems were used during investigation. Variations in arterial blood pressure having established load within changing time period were recorded. It was discovered that along with changes in load from 50 W to 150 W, arterial blood pressure in male groups of different age increased approximately 1,2 times and adaptation time prolonged 2,9 times. In female groups of different age, arterial blood pressure increased approximately 1,3 times and adaptation time prolonged 2,6 times. It was acknowledged that the longer was adaptation time and the larger was an increase in arterial blood pressure, the more complicated was adaptation to the load.

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Keyword(s): arterial blood pressure; adaptation; constant load; age; gender

DOI: 10.3846/mla.2010.080

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