Comparisons of time sequence between time event

Table 2.
Table 2 demonstrates differences between the DefS Black men and women, and the DefS White men and women. Potentially vasculature-affecting variables, hypertensive status, and medication usage showed the same trend as for the total group, namely a more vulnerable profile in the DefS Blacks.
The stressor-induced changes (percentage [%], 95% CI) of NOx, VWF, and endothelin-1 KY02111 shown in Fig. 1. There was a decrease in NOx after exposure to the Stroop test in both Black men and women (− 64.52% [− 76.25, − 47.00] and − 76.16% [− 97.45, − 54.87], respectively), whilst Whites showed an increase in NOx (74.89% [38.63, 111.15] for men and 113.29% [68.14, 158.44] for women). Blacks had a thoracic cavity greater increase in endothelin-1 (150.00% [111.76, 188.24] for men and 227.89% [185.79, 269.99] for women) when compared to Whites (61.25% [33.19, 89.31] for men and 35.49 [8.79, 62.19] for women). There was a lesser increase in VWF in Blacks (16.71% [4.52, 30.32] for men and 0.85% [− 13.25, 14.97] for women) when compared to their White counterparts (51.10% [37.27, 66.32] for men and 42.09% [29.87, 54.31] for women). All p-values were less than 0.001.