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Remote Ischemic Limb Preconditioning in Healthy Volunteers

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Remote Ischemic Limb Preconditioning In Healthy Volunteers

The investigators would like to determine if remote ischemic leg preconditioning in healthy volunteers improves cerebral vasomotor reactivity as measured by breath holding and transcranial doppler vasomotor reactivity.

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Procedure - 4x 5min Limb Preconditioning

A blood pressure cuff is placed over the upper thigh of the participant(s) and inflated to 30 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) above systolic blood pressure. The loss of pedal pulses is confirmed by palpation. The cuff remains inflated for 5min and is followed by 5 minutes of reperfusion/rest. This will be repeated 4 times.

Procedure - 3x 10min Limb Preconditioning

A blood pressure cuff is placed over the upper thigh of the participant(s) and inflated to 30 mmHg above systolic blood pressure. The loss of pedal pulses is confirmed by palpation. The cuff remains inflated for 10min and is followed by 5 minutes of reperfusion/rest. This will be repeated 3 times.

Procedure - 3x 10min Sham Preconditioning

A blood pressure cuff is placed over the upper thigh of the participant(s) and inflated to 40 mmHg, sufficient to apply pressure but not affect blood flow. The presence of pedal pulses is confirmed by palpation. The cuff remains inflated for 10min and is followed by 5 minutes of rest. This will be repeated 3 times.

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Does Remote Ischemic Limb Preconditioning Improve Cerebral Vasomotor Reactivity in Healthy Volunteers?

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NCT02553655

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