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    • Baroreceptor sensitivity, cardiovascular responses and ECG left ventricular hypertrophy in men: the SABPA study 

      Steyn, Hendrik Stefanus; Van Rooyen, Johannes Marthinus; Van Lill, Lisa; Malan, Leoné; Reimann, Manja; Ziemssen, Tjalf; Steyn, Hendrik Stefanus; Van Rooyen, Johannes Marthinus; Van Lill, Lisa; Malan, Leoné; Reimann, Manja; Ziemssen, Tjalf (Informa Health care, 2011)
      Aim. Research has shown a significant relationship between hypertension and attenuated baroreceptor sensitivity (BRS), which in turn reflects alterations of autonomic control of the cardiovascular system. The objective of ...
    • Blood pressure variability is significantly associated with ECG left ventricular mass in normotensive Africans: the SABPA study 

      Fourie, Catharina Maria Theresia; Huisman, Hugo Willem; Malan, Nicolaas Theodor; Schutte, Aletta Elisabeth; Schutte, Rudolph; Van Rooyen, Johannes Marthinus; Malan, Leoné; Fourie, Catharina Maria Theresia; Huisman, Hugo Willem; Malan, Nicolaas Theodor; Schutte, Aletta Elisabeth; Schutte, Rudolph; Van Rooyen, Johannes Marthinus; Malan, Leoné (Nature Publishing Group, 2011)
      The prognostic significance of blood pressure (BP) variability has lately enjoyed considerable attention. The need for early markers of cardiovascular dysfunction is imperative in black South Africans who have a significant ...
    • Low grade inflammation and ECG left ventricular hypertrophy in urban African males: the SABPA study 

      Van der Walt, Carel; Malan, Leoné; Uys, Aletta S.; Malan, Nicolaas T. (ELSEVIER, 2013)
      BACKGROUND: Hypertension and vascular hyperresponsiveness have been associated with structural wall abnormalities in black Africans. Whether low grade inflammation would have an additive effect is uncertain. Therefore, ...