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Clinical Study

The Effect of Park and Urban Environments on Coronary Artery Disease Patients: A Randomized Trial

Table 3

The difference in hemodynamic parameters between baseline and 1 min and baseline and 30 min after walking in urban or park environment on the first and the seventh day.

MeasurementsDifference 1 min after walkingDifference 30 min after walking
Mean (SE) value valueMean (SE) value value

Urban exposure
 SBP, mm Hg day 114.5 (3.3) 0.0082.3 (4.4)0.199
 DBP, mm Hg day 110.1 (2.5)0.0082.0 (2.5)0.148
 HR, b/min day 123.1 (6.5)0.004−7.6 (5.6)0.125
 SBP, mm Hg day 719.1 (5.5)0.01012.8 (6.8)0.064
 DBP, mm Hg day 76.1 (4.3)0.1507.4 (3.9)0.023
 HR, b/min day 728.3 (4.9)0.00210.9 (5.1)0.037
Green exposure
 SBP, mm Hg day 111.4 (5.7)0.0350.2367.2 (6.7)0.1250.483
 DBP, mm Hg day 11.7 (2.3)0.2270.0183.6 (6.7)0.0860.264
 HR, b/min day 115.1 (4.7)0.0100.2233.6 (4.1)0.2750.152
 SBP, mm Hg day 722.3 (5.2)0.0020.3895.0 (5.2)0.1720.091
 DBP, mm Hg day 74.0 (3.9)0.2380.356−2.4 (3.2)0.2580.045
 HR, b/min day 712.7 (4.0)0.0080.0155.3 (4.2)0.1720.252

Exact one-tailed value of Wilcoxon test between baseline and 1 min after exposure.
**Exact one-tailed value of Mann-Whitney test between exposure groups.

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