hrp0095p1-72 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2022

Energy Drinks: Acute Effects on Central Hemodynamics in Healthy Children and Teenagers. A Randomized Trial.

Li Pengzhu , Mandilaras Guido , Jakob André , Dalla‐Pozza Robert , Alexander Haas Nikolaus , Sebastian Oberhoffer Felix

Introduction: Adolescents are considered the main consumer group of Energy Drinks (EDs). EDs are associated with adverse cardiovascular events, such as severe cardiac arrhythmia or arterial hypertension. Recent studies of our department revealed a significantly increased brachial blood pressure and arterial stiffness after the acute ED consumption in healthy adolescents. Increased central blood pressure is linked with the onset of end-organ damages such as lef...

hrp0095p1-512 | Growth and Syndromes | ESPE2022

Physical Activity: An Underestimated Factor in the Management of Arterial Hypertension in Women with Turner-Syndrome?

Sebastian Oberhoffer Felix , Bačová Martina , Li Pengzhu , Arnold Leonie , Alexander Haas Nikolaus , Dalla-Pozza Robert

Introduction: Turner syndrome (TS) is a rare X-chromosomal disease, which affects one in 2500-3000 female newborns. TS is associated with a distinct cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Arterial hypertension is present in up to 50% of young TS women and closely related to the onset of aortic dilatation and dissection. The effective management of arterial hypertension can be considered as crucial to improve overall cardiovascular outcome of TS women. In the ...