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Introduction: The factors that control the blood pressure are punctually regulated to keep it in reference values. These are maintained through autoregulatory mechanisms, humoral, nervous and endothelial-related. The humoral mechanisms are complex and modify the long-term blood pressure, in the other hand, the neurogenic mechanisms, are reflexive and can be observed in beat-to-beat changes of blood pressure.

Development: The nervous cardiovascular reflexes are mediated by high-pressure and low-pressure baroreceptors, as cardiovagal, cardiosympathetic and vasosympathetic. The arterial baroreceptor are stimulated when the blood volume-ejected by the ventricle distend the arterial walls. The neural discharge travels to the autonomic centers in the brain stem and the result is the modification of the heart rate and the vascular smooth muscle tone.

This sudden modification is the responsible of the beat-to-beat short-term blood pressure variability. Conclusion: A review was made on the history of the physiology and experiments of the cardiovagal, cardiosympathetic and vasosympathetic baroreflexes and its influence in the short-term blood pressure variability.

Title: Los barorreflejos arteriales cardiovagal, cardiosimpatico y vasosimpatico y el control neural de la presion arterial a corto plazo. Los factores que modulan la presion arterial a corto plazo se encuentran puntualmente regulados para mantenerla dentro de valores de referencia.

Esto se logra gracias a la existencia de mecanismos de autorregulacion, tanto humorales como nerviosos. Los mecanismos neurogenicos son reflejos y su resultado se observa en cambios de presion arterial de forma inmediata, latido a latido. Los reflejos nerviosos cardiovasculares se encuentran mediados por los barorreceptores arteriales, a traves de los efectores cardiovagal, cardiosimpatico y vasosimpatico.

El barorreceptor es estimulado cuando el volumen de sangre eyectado por el ventriculo distiende las paredes arteriales del seno carotideo y la aorta proximal y estimula los mecanorreceptores situados en la adventicia de estos vasos.

El estimulo aferente viaja hasta el nucleo del haz solitario en el bulbo raquideo y otras areas en el puente donde se integran estos reflejos y la parte eferente genera cambios compensatorios en la frecuencia cardiaca y el tono del musculo liso vascular.

Esta modificacion subita es la responsable de la variabilidad de la presion arterial latido a latido corto plazo. Se realiza una revision sobre la historia, la fisiologia y los experimentos de los barorreflejos cardiovagal, cardiosimpatico y vasosimpatico y su influencia en la variabilidad de la presion arterial a corto plazo.

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Introduction: The factors that control the blood pressure are punctually regulated to keep it in reference values. These are maintained through autoregulatory mechanisms, humoral, nervous and endothelial-related. The humoral mechanisms are complex and modify the long-term blood pressure, in the other hand, the neurogenic mechanisms, are reflexive and can be observed in beat-to-beat changes of blood pressure. Development: The nervous cardiovascular reflexes are mediated by high-pressure and low-pressure baroreceptors, as cardiovagal, cardiosympathetic and vasosympathetic.

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Arterial Baroreceptors

Baroreceptors or archaically, pressoreceptors are sensors located in the carotid sinus at the bifurcation of external and internal carotids and in the aortic arch. They sense the blood pressure and relay the information to the brain, so that a proper blood pressure can be maintained. Baroreceptors are a type of mechanoreceptor sensory neuron that are excited by a stretch of the blood vessel. Thus, increases in the pressure of blood vessel triggers increased action potential generation rates and provides information to the central nervous system. This sensory information is used primarily in autonomic reflexes that in turn influence the heart cardiac output and vascular smooth muscle to influence total peripheral resistance. These reflexes help regulate short-term blood pressure.

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