Volume 1, Issue 11


Analysis Of Cardiovascular Risk Factors Influence On Occurrence And Course Of Silent Form Of Ischemic Heart Disease Of Patients With Postinfarction Cardiosclerosis


Author: Peredruk Т.V.
Department of Internal Medicine No. 2 (Head of Department – professor Seredyuk N.М.), State university "National Medical University of Ivano-Frankivsk", Ukraine.

Abstract: Special features of silent myocardial ischemia course were examined depending on the presence of cardiovascular risk factors. Data on interdependence of risk factors presence and figures of holter monitoring of electrocardiography was received. It was ascertained that for the patients with silent myocardial ischemia with such risk factors occurrence of complicated course of ischemic heart disease, such as arterial hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia, the following indicators are typical: higher average daily indicators of ischemic episodes per day, higher aggregate daily duration of ST-segment depression, higher aggregate amplitude of ST-segment depression, higher average duration of one ischemic episode, compared to the persons without risk factors. Probability of antinociceptional system activation processes influence on the risk of accrual of acute coronary syndrome was proved.

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