Due to superior exercise performance, athletes show higher blood pressure (BP) at peak exercise compared to untrained individuals. Thus, higher reference values for peak exercise systolic and diastolic BP were reported specifically for athletes. However, the prognostic significance of high blood pressure response (HBPR) to exercise has not yet been clarified in this population.

High blood pressure response to exercise predicts future development of hypertension in young athletes

Milan, Alberto;
2019-01-01

Abstract

Due to superior exercise performance, athletes show higher blood pressure (BP) at peak exercise compared to untrained individuals. Thus, higher reference values for peak exercise systolic and diastolic BP were reported specifically for athletes. However, the prognostic significance of high blood pressure response (HBPR) to exercise has not yet been clarified in this population.
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Caselli, Stefano; Serdoz, Andrea; Mango, Federica; Lemme, Erika; Vaquer Seguì, Antonia; Milan, Alberto; Attenhofer Jost, Christine; Schmied, Christian; Spataro, Antonio; Pelliccia, Antonio
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