Solving A 100-Year Mystery In Blood Pressure Research

Nov 01, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals

The baroreceptor reflex is a fascinating medical phenomenon. The reflex is controlled by specialized neurons that react in just a fraction of a second to keep blood pressure fairly consistent.

For example, when you stand up, your blood pressure normally drops—rapidly. Yet you don't faint thanks to ...

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