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Table 2 Hemodynamic Measures

From: Effects of ingestion of a commercially available thermogenic dietary supplement on resting energy expenditure, mood state and cardiovascular measures

SBP, DBP, and HR Measurements Baseline to HR4
  SBP mean ± SD (mmHg) DBP mean ± SD (mmHg) HR mean ± SD (bpm)
  DBX PLC DBX PLC DBX PLC
Baseline 100.58 ± 12.12 105.58 ± 8.08 60.50 ± 7.20 62.08 ± 5.42 58.25 ± 5.07 56.58 ± 7.10
HR1 113.0 ± 9.04 107.33 ± 6.04 65.33 ± 9.03 62.75 ± 5.36 55.17 ± 7.09 54.00 ± 9.94
HR2 110.67 ± 13.36 105.58 ± 8.96 60.25 ± 13.06 61.08 ± 8.28 55.33 ± 6.41 55.58 ± 10.94
HR3 114.17 ± 19.00 103.08 ± 6.75 67.25 ± 20.01 57.58 ± 6.67 55.92 ± 6.11 56.08 ± 7.66
HR4 108.92 ± 7.44 107.17 ± 9.48 61.75 ± 5.33 63.25 ± 8.75 56.83 ± 6.64 56.25 ± 7.64
  1. SBP, DBP, and HR were recorded at baseline, HR1, HR2, HR3, and HR4.
  2. Measurements for SBP and DBP are reported as mean ± SD and recorded in units of mmHg. Changes in SBP and DBP were not significant at any time point for either group. Heart rate measurements were reported as mean ± SD and recorded in beats per minute. Changes in HR were not significant at any time point for either group.