In addition, respiratory sinus arrhythmia - a measure that indexes better autonomic readiness for social engagement - was higher in both parent and child.
What does SA stand for?
SA stands for Sinus Arrhythmia
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- Simulation and Analysis
- Sinapinic Acid
- Sine Anno (Latin: Without Date)
- Singapore Artillery
- Single Access
- Single Action (revolver)
- Single Adult
- Single Aisle (aircraft)
- Single Award
- Sinoatrial (medical)
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Heart rate turbulence (HRT) expresses ventriculophasic sinus arrhythmia and has been considered to reflect cardiac autonomic activity.
HRT expresses ventriculophasic sinus arrhythmia, i.
Effects on ouabain-induced arrhythmias In the first series of experiments, intravenous ouabain continuous infusion resulted in disturbances of cardiac rhythm progressing from sinus arrhythmia, premature ventricular and supraventricular polytopic extrasystoles to ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation or cardiac arrest, in all control guinea-pigs.
The System is also assisting researchers in defining new pharmaceutical endpoints in a range of disorders such as * chronic heart failure * generalized anxiety disorder * respiratory sinus arrhythmia during daily activity * heart rate variability in coronary artery disease * anxiety * adolescent post traumatic stress disorder * respiratory sinus arrhythmia during daily activity * chronic obstructive pulmonary disease * panic * attention deficit hyperactivity disorder * apnea in post-acute cerebral vascular accident * autism * medically-unexplained syndrome * syncope * and sleep.
The development of sinus arrhythmia is totally benign.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] RELATED ARTICLE: Arrhythmia Types Originating in the Atria Sinus arrhythmia.
The researchers were interested in seeing if there were physical differences in the way high-power people and low-power people responded to others' suffering; specifically they wanted to test if high-powered individuals would exhibit greater autonomic emotion regulation [or respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) reactivity].