MK4MDD

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Basic Information
Name Heart rate (HR)
Description "Heart rate is the number of heartbeats per unit of time, typically expressed as beats per minute (bpm). Heart rate can vary as the body's need to absorb oxygen and excrete carbon dioxide changes, such as during exercise or sleep."
No. of Studies (Positive/Negative) 7 (7/0) Help

Positive relationship between Heart rate (HR) and MDD (count: 7)
Name in Literature Reference Research Type Statistical Result Relation Description Help
heart rates Gotthardt, 1995 patients and normal controls Basal hypercortisolemia and, at baseline, heart rates were h...... Basal hypercortisolemia and, at baseline, heart rates were higher in depressed patients. More...
heart rate (HR) Volkers, 2003 patients and normal controls The mean HR and DBP level and the respiratory frequency were...... The mean HR and DBP level and the respiratory frequency were higher in the patient group than in the control group More...
heart rate Lavoie, 2004 patients only P values <.05 Patients with MDD achieved a significantly lower percent of ...... Patients with MDD achieved a significantly lower percent of maximal predicted heart rate (%MPHR), exhibited lower peak exercise mets, and spent less time exercising compared with patients without MDD (all P values <.05). More...
heart rate Davydov, 2007 patients and normal controls The patients showed higher general sympathetic activity (hig...... The patients showed higher general sympathetic activity (high levels of blood pressure, low-frequency heart rate variability) and lower parasympathetic-related activity (high heart rate and reduced high frequency heart rate variability) More...
heart rate variability Davydov, 2007 patients and normal controls The patients showed higher general sympathetic activity (hig...... The patients showed higher general sympathetic activity (high levels of blood pressure, low-frequency heart rate variability) and lower parasympathetic-related activity (high heart rate and reduced high frequency heart rate variability) More...
heart rate variability (HRV) Vaccarino, 2008 nomal people Both current depressive symptoms and a history of MDD were s...... Both current depressive symptoms and a history of MDD were significantly associated with lower HRV More...
heart rate Salomon, 2009 patients and normal controls Depressed participants exhibited significantly less heart ra...... Depressed participants exhibited significantly less heart rate during speech, less heart rate reactivity during mirror tracing, and less heart rate recovery after speech and mirror tracing than controls. More...

Positive relationships between Heart rate (HR) and other components at different levels (count: 1) Help
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Positive relationship network of Heart rate (HR) in MK4MDD
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Genetic/Epigenetic Locus Protein and Other Molecule Cell and Molecular Pathway Neural System Cognition and Behavior Symptoms and Signs Environment MDD
Genetic/Epigenetic Locus Protein and Other Molecule Cell and Molecular Pathway Neural System Cognition and Behavior Symptoms and Signs Environment MDD
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Negative relationships between Heart rate (HR) and MDD (count: 0)
Negative relationships between Heart rate (HR) and other components at different levels (count: 0) Help