ARTERY 16 Presentations

Presentations from ARTERY 16 are linked below.  Please note that presentations will only be available from authors who have given their permission.

Thursday 13 October 2016

Oral Session I
1.2 How does obesity influence arterial stiffness in asymptomatic adults?
1.3 Central pressures and wave reflections are independently associated with major adverse cardiovascular events in men with erectile dysfunction

Career Development Lectures
Wave potential: a unified model of arterial waves, reservoir phenomena and their interaction, Dr Jonathan Mynard
Vascular dysfunction: at the heart of cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment and depressive symptoms, Dr Thomas van Sloten

Oral Session II
2.3 Determinants of inappropriately high pulse wave velocity in hypertensive patients: a retrospective cross-sectional cohort study
2.5 The effect of renal denervation on central blood pressure and arterial stiffness in treatment resistant essential hypertension: a substudy of a randomized sham-controlled double-blinded trial (the ReSET trial)

Friday 14 October 2016

Oral Session III
3.4 Wave intensity analysis provides novel insights into pulmonary hypertension
3.6 Longitudinal changes in aortic reservoir function independently predict declining renal function among healthy individuals

Satellite Symposia  organised in collaboration with Servier
Protecting arteries against hypertension and dyslipidemia

Oral Session IV
4.1 TNF- antagonists improve arterial stiffness in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a meta-analysis
4.3 Electronic cigarette smoking increases aortic stiffness in young smokers
4.8 Increased cardiac workload in the upright posture in male subjects: non-invasive hemodynamics in men versus women
4.9 Proportional pressure relations in the pulmonary arterial system

Saturday 15 October 2016

Microvascular disease always trails hypertension, Professor Jan A Staessen

Lifetime Achievement Award
Professor Luc Van Bortel


Poster Session I – Special populations I

6.3 Arterial stiffness is associated with low-density non-calcified coronary plaques in patients with type 2 diabetes and healthy controls

6.4 Large and small artery crosstalk in patients with type 2 diabetes

6.6 Aortic-brachial stiffness mismatch in patients with arterial hypertension and type 2 diabetes mellitus

6.8 The relationship between diastolic function and central hemodynamics in diabetic hypertensive patients

6.9 Antiplatelet and vascular effects of aspirin in healthy persons and patients with type 2 diabetes

6.10 Peripheral sensory neuropathy and vascular angiogenic factors in type 2 diabetes patients in Ghana

Poster Session I – Special populations II

7.3 Assessment of blood pressure and heart rate variability in Multiple Sclerosis

7.6 The difference in glutathione peroxidase activity on arteries of a bi-ethnic population: the SABPA study

7.10 Aortic stiffness and Body Mass Index (BMI) in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Poster Session I – Clinical science I

8.1 Arterial stiffness, blood pressure and cardiac output study

8.8 Sympathetic vasoconstrictor response to lower body negative pressure in young obese adults: the preliminary finding

Poster Session I – Modelling, special techniques and interventions I

10.1 Optimal automated unobserved office blood pressure protocol: only 6-minutes and two readings may be needed

10.2 Effects of inter-arm differences of brachial systolic blood pressure on the derivation of aortic systolic pressure

10.4 Comparison of blood pressure variability calculated from peripheral and derived aortic blood pressure

10.5 Comparison of arterial stiffness assessed by pOpmètre® with arterial stiffness assessed by applanation tonometry: a clinical study

10.6 Variation of the asymptotic diastolic pressure with different fitting techniques in healthy humans

Poster Session II – Special populations III

11.1 Endothelial function is impaired in women who had pre-eclampsia

11.2 Coronary artery disease topography in relation to rheology of the peripheral small arteries in middle aged erectile dysfunction men

11.3 Atheromatosis and endothelial response of the small peripheral arteries: a peritoneal dialysis versus hemodialysis patients mismatch

Poster Session II – Clinical science II

12.1 Evaluation of acute effects of coffee consumption on arterial stiffness in healthy adult people using an oscillometric device

12.2 High pulse wave velocity is associated with increased visit-to-visit systolic blood pressure variability in controlled arterial hypertension

Poster Session II – Clinical therapeutics

13.2 Effects on vascular structure and function of single at1r blockade or its combination with CCB, diuretics or their triple association

13.9 The effect of rosuvastatin added to a standard antihypertensive therapy on arterial stiffness in patients with uncontrolled hypertension

Poster Session II – Epidemiology

14.4 A positive family history of diabetes is associated with arterial stiffness: The Malmo Diet Cancer Study

14.8 Vascular abnormalities related with obesity

Poster Session II – Modelling, special techniques and interventions III

15.1 Analysis of three statistical methods to predict the presence of carotid atheromatous plaques

15.4 Measuring arterial stiffness with pOpmètre® in cardiac rehabilitation program

15.6 Influence of the pressure measuring site for velocity/pressure loops

15.8 An extended one-dimensional arterial network model for the simulation of pressure and flow in upper and lower limb extremities

15.9 Modelling arterial pulse pressure from heart rate during sympathetic activation