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Table 3 The frequency and amplitude of various haemodynamic parameters between haemodialysis (HD) patient and a normal control (NC) during circulatory stress

From: Exploring haemodynamics of haemodialysis using extrema points analysis model

  MAP SBP DBP TPR SV
  HD NC P HD NC P HD NC P HD NC P HD NC P
Frequency 0.761 0.468 <0.0001 0.772 0.532 <0.0001 0.766 0.777 0.052 0.845 0.947 <0.0001 0.78 0.743 <0.0001
  (0.5-0.818)   (0.223-0.872) (0.541-0.840) (0.331-0.851)   (0.403-1.477) (0.311-1.479)   (0.739-1.569) (0.52-1.512)   (0.565-1.470) (0.478-1.41)  
Amplitude 4(3–6) 5 (2–9) <0.0001 7 (3–11) 7 (5–10) <0.0001 3 (2–50) 4 (2–8) <0.0001 0.022 (0.012-0.044) 0.049 (0.022-0.106) <0.0001 10 (6–15) 9 (6–13) <0.0001
  1. Frequency (Hz), MAP (Mean Arterial Blood Pressure, mmHg), SBP (Systolic Blood Pressure, mmHg), DBP (Diastolic Blood Pressure, mmHg), TPR (Total Peripheral Resistance, MU), SV (Stroke Volume, ml).