SPECIFIC FEATURES OF THE HEMODYNAMIC, RHEOLOGICAL AND BIOENERGETIC INDICATORS IN WEATHER-SENSITIVE PATIENTS WITH THE ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION

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Researches of the last years convincingly showed negative influence of climatic factors (cold, a heat, changes of atmospheric pressure, etc.) on a state of health of the population. The aim is to study the specific features of the hemodynamic, rheological and bioenergetic indicators in weather-sensitive patients with the arterial hypertension. Information and methods: 160 patients with the arterial hypertension grade 2 were examined (weather-sensitive patients - 100, nonweather-sensitive patients - 60). Complex clinical examination, tests on hemodynamic, rheological and bioenergetic indicators were conducted. Results. In many cases weather-sensitive patients with the arterial hyperten-sion grade 2 have a hyperkinetic kind of the bloodflow, contructive function’s overwork of the left ventricle, the arterial hypertension grade 3; the strengthening of aggregation and the reduction of the red cells deflectivity leading to extension of the blood viscosity in the microcirculatory bloodstream with tendency to thrombosis; the reduction of adenine nucleotides concentration in blood, the extention of skin electrial capacity. Conclusion. The onset of meteopathic reactions in patients with the arterial hypertension lead to the development of the negative hemodynamic status and systematic abnormalities of the microcirculation. Studing of the bioenergetic characteristic of the body tissues allows to predict meteopathic reactions and do their correction.


A G Zhukov

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Жуков Алимпий Геннадьевич, кандидат медицинских наук, доцент, врач-кардиолог кардиологического отделения ГБУЗ НО «Городская клиническая больница № 12» Минздрава России, Нижний Новгород, Россия

E V Mikhailova

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S V Muratov

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V Y Karpenko

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