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Heart rate variability expressed by Poincaré plot in metabolic syndrome

Originální název

Heart rate variability expressed by Poincaré plot in metabolic syndrome

Anglický název

Heart rate variability expressed by Poincaré plot in metabolic syndrome

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Heart rate variability, considered as an indicator of autonomic nervous function shows differences between healthy persons and patients with metabolic syndrome. Data from 40 patients with metabolic syndrome and 48 healthy subjects were obtained. Poincaré plots and calculated indexes SD1 and SD2 were used to evaluate the differences between heart rate variability in these two groups. The SD1 and SD2 showed lower values during rest in patients with the metabolic syndrome and a smaller decrease of these parameters occurred during the tilt relative to the control group. This change can be expressed by the difference deltaSD1 and deltaSD2 before and during the tilt. In conclusion, the deltaSD1 obtained from a signal measured in tilt in controlled breathing of 20 times per minute may perhaps help to distinguish between healthy persons and patients with the metabolic syndrome if it is correctly used.

Anglický abstrakt

Heart rate variability, considered as an indicator of autonomic nervous function shows differences between healthy persons and patients with metabolic syndrome. Data from 40 patients with metabolic syndrome and 48 healthy subjects were obtained. Poincaré plots and calculated indexes SD1 and SD2 were used to evaluate the differences between heart rate variability in these two groups. The SD1 and SD2 showed lower values during rest in patients with the metabolic syndrome and a smaller decrease of these parameters occurred during the tilt relative to the control group. This change can be expressed by the difference deltaSD1 and deltaSD2 before and during the tilt. In conclusion, the deltaSD1 obtained from a signal measured in tilt in controlled breathing of 20 times per minute may perhaps help to distinguish between healthy persons and patients with the metabolic syndrome if it is correctly used.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT108094,
  author="Alena {Kubičková} and Jiří {Kozumplík} and Zuzana {Nováková}",
  title="Heart rate variability expressed by Poincaré plot in metabolic syndrome",
  annote="Heart rate variability, considered as an indicator of autonomic nervous function shows differences between healthy persons and patients with metabolic syndrome. Data from 40 patients with metabolic syndrome and 48 healthy subjects were obtained. Poincaré plots and calculated indexes SD1 and SD2 were used to evaluate the differences between heart rate variability in these two groups. The SD1 and SD2 showed lower values during rest in patients with the metabolic syndrome and a smaller decrease of these parameters occurred during the tilt relative to the control group. This change can be expressed by the difference deltaSD1 and deltaSD2 before and during the tilt. In conclusion, the deltaSD1 obtained from a signal measured in tilt in controlled breathing of 20 times per minute may perhaps help to distinguish between healthy persons and patients with the metabolic syndrome if it is correctly used.",
  address="Slovak Academy of Sciences",
  booktitle="Electrocardiology 2014. Proceedings of 41st International Congress on Electrocardiology",
  chapter="108094",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Slovak Academy of Sciences",
  year="2014",
  month="june",
  pages="221--224",
  publisher="Slovak Academy of Sciences",
  type="conference paper"
}