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1945 4
1946 4
1947 2
1948 9
1949 11
1951 30
1952 80
1953 98
1954 113
1955 112
1956 92
1957 127
1958 93
1959 46
1961 3
1963 3
1964 32
1965 299
1966 695
1967 998
1968 1067
1969 1277
1970 1308
1971 1364
1972 1528
1973 1598
1974 1715
1975 1637
1976 1609
1977 1515
1978 1562
1979 1724
1980 1961
1981 1826
1982 2142
1983 2434
1984 2691
1985 2668
1986 2670
1987 2531
1988 2731
1989 3079
1990 2865
1991 2789
1992 2641
1993 2618
1994 2647
1995 2448
1996 2205
1997 2279
1998 2247
1999 2107
2000 2072
2001 2078
2002 2069
2003 2159
2004 2053
2005 2245
2006 2326
2007 2561
2008 2349
2009 2302
2010 2338
2011 2304
2012 2452
2013 2327
2014 2225
2015 2205
2016 2017
2017 2009
2018 1655
2019 702
2020 12
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Effects of caffeine on blood pressure.
Myers MG. Arch Intern Med 1988 - Review. PMID 3284502
Initial reports indicated that caffeine has a pressor effect, raising the possibility that it might contribute to hypertension. However, further studies have demonstrated that caffeine does not produce a persistent increase in blood pressure. Individuals who do not regularly consume caffeine may experience a slight increase in blood pressure when they are exposed to caffeine, but tolerance develops rapidly and blood pressure returns to baseline....
Initial reports indicated that caffeine has a pressor effect, raising the possibility that it might contribute to hypertension. Howev …
A systematic review of vasopressor blood pressure targets in critically ill adults with hypotension.
Hylands M, et al. Can J Anaesth 2017 - Review. PMID 28497426
We conducted a systematic review of randomized-controlled trials comparing higher vs lower blood pressure targets for vasopressor therapy administered to hypotensive critically ill patients. ...Nevertheless, higher blood pressure targets were associated with a greater risk of new-onset supraventricular cardiac arrhythmia (RR, 2.08; 95% CI, 1.28 to 3.38; P < 0.01). ...
We conducted a systematic review of randomized-controlled trials comparing higher vs lower blood pressure targets for vasopres …
Central versus peripheral blood pressure in malignant hypertension; effects of antihypertensive treatment.
van den Bogaard B, et al. Am J Hypertens 2013. PMID 23467212
Both are intravenous agents but have different effects on systemic hemodynamics, and may have differential effects on pulse-wave reflection and pulse-pressure amplification, with consequences for peripheral versus central blood pressures (BPs). ...The decline in peripheral diastolic blood pressure (DBP) with the two agents was comparable, whereas the reduction in peripheral pulse pressure was 8±16% with SNP and 33±17% with labetalol (P = 0.01). ...
Both are intravenous agents but have different effects on systemic hemodynamics, and may have differential effects on pulse-wave reflection …
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