INFORMATION ABOUT SCIENTIFIC STUDDING LEVEL ON PROBLEM OF HYPERTENSION-MEDIATED ORGAN DAMAGE IN MONGOLIA

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Despite of arterial hypertension high prevalence and its complications in Mongolia, the epidemiology and structure of hypertension-mediated organ damage remains insufficiently studied. Aim. To assess elaboration level of the problem of AH-associated hypertension-mediated organ damage in Mongolia. Materials and methods. Leading international guidelines and recommendations, reviews, meta-analyzes, randomized controlled, population-based research and Mongolian scientific papers with different evidential value, related to hypertension-mediated organ damage were analyzed. Results and discussion. In developed countries, hypertension-mediated organ damage structure and their contribution to total cardiovascular risk stratification in patients with hypertension is well studied. In 2018 ESC/ESH Guidelines for the management of arterial hypertension hypertension-mediated organ damage criteria were only slightly extended. Data on arterial hypertension epidemiology, including hypertension-mediated organ damage structure, in Mongolian population, mainly obtained from ethnic Mongols living in the territory of Inner Mongolia and other provinces of China, or in international studies with Mongolia participation. Directly in Mongolia, hypertension-mediated organ damage were studied in small samples; a systemic epidemiological analysis of hypertension-mediated organ damage was not carried out. Conclusions. Given arterial hypertension significance in Mongolia and insufficient scientific elaboration of problem, population studies are needed to clarify hypertension-mediated organ damage prevalence and structure in order for improving arterial hypertension management.


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T. M. Maksikova

Irkutsk State Medical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: maxiktm@rambler.ru
SPIN-code: 9726-2314
Irkutsk, Russia

Ts. Barsuren

National center for the study of infectious diseases

Email: maxiktm@rambler.ru
Ulan Bator, Mongolia

A. N. Kalyagin

Irkutsk State Medical University

Email: maxiktm@rambler.ru
SPIN-code: 6737-0285
Irkutsk, Russia

E. B. Babanskaya

Irkutsk State Academy of Postgraduate education

Email: maxiktm@rambler.ru
SPIN-code: 7117-0201
Irkutsk, Russia

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