Martin Schultz
Martin Schultz
Menzies Institute for Medical Research, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Exercise-induced hypertension, cardiovascular events, and mortality in patients undergoing exercise stress testing: a systematic review and meta-analysis
MG Schultz, P Otahal, VJ Cleland, L Blizzard, TH Marwick, JE Sharman
American journal of hypertension 26 (3), 357-366, 2013
2082013
Accuracy of cuff-measured blood pressure: systematic reviews and meta-analyses
DS Picone, MG Schultz, P Otahal, S Aakhus, AM Al-Jumaily, JA Black, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 70 (5), 572-586, 2017
1442017
Exercise central (aortic) blood pressure is predominantly driven by forward traveling waves, not wave reflection
MG Schultz, JE Davies, P Roberts-Thomson, JA Black, AD Hughes, ...
Hypertension 62 (1), 175-182, 2013
792013
Masked hypertension is “unmasked” by low-intensity exercise blood pressure
MG Schultz, JL Hare, TH Marwick, M Stowasser, JE Sharman
Blood pressure 20 (5), 284-289, 2011
772011
Validity and reliability of central blood pressure estimated by upper arm oscillometric cuff pressure
RED Climie, MG Schultz, SB Nikolic, KDK Ahuja, JW Fell, JE Sharman
American journal of hypertension 25 (4), 414-420, 2012
682012
Blood pressure response to exercise and cardiovascular disease
MG Schultz, A La Gerche, JE Sharman
Current hypertension reports 19 (11), 1-7, 2017
572017
Clinical relevance of exaggerated exercise blood pressure
MG Schultz, P Otahal, DS Picone, JE Sharman
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 66 (16), 1843-1845, 2015
462015
Exercise hypertension
MG Schultz, JE Sharman
Pulse 1 (3-4), 161-176, 2013
442013
Aortic reservoir pressure corresponds to cyclic changes in aortic volume: physiological validation in humans
MG Schultz, JE Davies, A Hardikar, S Pitt, M Moraldo, N Dhutia, ...
Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology 34 (7), 1597-1603, 2014
432014
Low exercise blood pressure and risk of cardiovascular events and all-cause mortality: systematic review and meta-analysis
PA Barlow, P Otahal, MG Schultz, CM Shing, JE Sharman
Atherosclerosis 237 (1), 13-22, 2014
402014
Towards a consensus on the understanding and analysis of the pulse waveform: Results from the 2016 Workshop on Arterial Hemodynamics: Past, present and future
P Segers, MF O'Rourke, K Parker, N Westerhof, A Hughes, ...
Artery research 18, 75-80, 2017
392017
Exaggerated blood pressure response to early stages of exercise stress testing and presence of hypertension
MG Schultz, DS Picone, SB Nikolic, AD Williams, JE Sharman
Journal of science and medicine in sport 19 (12), 1039-1042, 2016
392016
Feasibility of a multi-modal exercise program on cognition in older adults with type 2 diabetes–a pilot randomised controlled trial
ML Callisaya, RM Daly, JE Sharman, D Bruce, TME Davis, T Greenaway, ...
BMC geriatrics 17 (1), 1-10, 2017
322017
Discovery of new blood pressure phenotypes and relation to accuracy of cuff devices used in daily clinical practice
DS Picone, MG Schultz, X Peng, JA Black, N Dwyer, P Roberts-Thomson, ...
Hypertension 71 (6), 1239-1247, 2018
302018
Brachial and radial systolic blood pressure are not the same: evidence to support the popeye phenomenon
MK Armstrong, MG Schultz, DS Picone, JA Black, N Dwyer, ...
Hypertension 73 (5), 1036-1041, 2019
282019
Comparison of central blood pressure estimated by a cuff-based device with radial tonometry
X Peng, MG Schultz, WP Abhayaratna, M Stowasser, JE Sharman
American journal of hypertension 29 (10), 1173-1178, 2016
262016
Associations and clinical relevance of aortic-brachial artery stiffness mismatch, aortic reservoir function, and central pressure augmentation
MG Schultz, AD Hughes, JE Davies, JE Sharman
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 309 (7 …, 2015
262015
Evaluation of a brachial cuff and suprasystolic waveform algorithm method to noninvasively derive central blood pressure
BT Costello, MG Schultz, JA Black, JE Sharman
American journal of hypertension 28 (4), 480-486, 2015
262015
Lifestyle change diminishes a hypertensive response to exercise in type 2 diabetes.
MG Schultz, MD Hordern, R Leano, JS Coombes, TH Marwick, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 43 (5), 764-769, 2011
252011
Nonvalidated home blood pressure devices dominate the online marketplace in Australia: major implications for cardiovascular risk management
DS Picone, RA Deshpande, MG Schultz, R Fonseca, NRC Campbell, ...
Hypertension 75 (6), 1593-1599, 2020
242020
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