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fig. 2.

fig. 2. From: Whole and Particle-Free Diesel Exhausts Differentially Affect Cardiac Electrophysiology, Blood Pressure, and Autonomic Balance in Heart Failure-Prone Rats.

Change from baseline in BP during whole-body exposure (mean + SE). 1, 2, 3, 4, and R represent hours 1–4 of exposure and postexposure Recovery within the chamber, respectively. All measurements, including baseline, were taken from conscious rats temporarily housed within exposure chambers. Significant differences are indicated by stars (relative to baseline) and diamonds (relative to Air group at the same hour; p < 0.05). See Table 2 for baseline values.

Alex P. Carll, et al. Toxicol Sci. 2012 August;128(2):490-499.
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Fig. 3.

Fig. 3. From: Whole and Particle-Free Diesel Exhausts Differentially Affect Cardiac Electrophysiology, Blood Pressure, and Autonomic Balance in Heart Failure-Prone Rats.

Change from baseline in ECG endpoints during whole-body exposure (mean + SE). 1, 2, 3, 4, and R represent hours 1–4 of exposure and postexposure Recovery within the chamber, respectively. All measurements were taken from conscious rats temporarily housed within exposure chambers. Significant differences are indicated by stars (relative to baseline) and diamonds (relative to Air group at the same hour; p < 0.05). See Table 2 for baseline values. QTc: Fridericia-corrected QT interval.

Alex P. Carll, et al. Toxicol Sci. 2012 August;128(2):490-499.
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fig. 1.

fig. 1. From: Whole and Particle-Free Diesel Exhausts Differentially Affect Cardiac Electrophysiology, Blood Pressure, and Autonomic Balance in Heart Failure-Prone Rats.

Change from baseline in HR and HRV endpoints (mean + standard error [SE]) during whole-body exposure. 1, 2, 3, 4, and R represent hours 1–4 of exposure and postexposure Recovery within the chamber, respectively. All measurements were taken from conscious rats temporarily housed within exposure chambers. Significant differences are indicated by stars (relative to baseline) and diamonds (relative to Air group at the same hour; p < 0.05). See Table 2 for baseline values.

Alex P. Carll, et al. Toxicol Sci. 2012 August;128(2):490-499.
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Fig. 4.

Fig. 4. From: Whole and Particle-Free Diesel Exhausts Differentially Affect Cardiac Electrophysiology, Blood Pressure, and Autonomic Balance in Heart Failure-Prone Rats.

Filtered DE-induced AV block Mobitz II arrhythmia. Hourly rate of Mobitz II AV block per rat, mean ± SE (A); ECG waveform with representative second degree AV block Mobitz II arrhythmia following fDE exposure (B). “pre-”, “expo-”, and “post-” represent periods of ECG analysis conducted before (6h), during (4h), and after (6h) inhalation exposure, respectively. Stars and brackets above SE bars indicate significant differences between periods or groups (p < 0.05). Arrow indicates individual arrhythmia. Vertical grey lines behind ECG waveform indicate time in 50ms intervals.

Alex P. Carll, et al. Toxicol Sci. 2012 August;128(2):490-499.

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