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Table 4 Systemic and cerebral hemodynamic parameters in stroke and control participants by region

From: Pooling data from different populations: should there be regional differences in cerebral haemodynamics?

Variables Stroke Patients Controls
SP (n = 25) LEI (n = 25) SP (n = 25) LEI (n = 25)
AH UH AH UH
MAP, mmHg 109.2 (5.7)# 103.0 (5.5)# 90.0 (6.1) 89.2 (3.9)
CBFv, cm.s−1 47.5 (6.3)# 55.1 (5.8) 41.7 (2.4)* 45.03 (2.8) 60.3(11.6) 53.8 (5.5)
CrCP, mm Hg 18.2 (6.7) 18.0 (4.6) 19.4 (5.0) 17.0 (5.5) 14.2 (4.47) 15.5 (8.0)
RAP, mmHg.s.cm− 1 1.97 (0.32)*# 1.76 (0.25)# 2.25 (0.23)*# 1.77 (0.17)# 1.56 (0.27) 1.65 (0.60)
  1. Data are presented as mean (SD)
  2. LEI Leicester, UK SP, Sao Paulo, Brazil, AH affected hemisphere, UH unaffected hemisphere, MAP Mean arterial pressure, CBFv Cerebral blood flow velocity, CrCP Critical closing pressure, RAP Resistance Area Product
  3. *p < 0.01, Tukey’s post-hoc test for comparisons between stroke affected and unaffected hemispheres
  4. #p < 0.05, Tukey’s post-hoc test for comparisons between controls and stroke participants (same geographical region)