Volume 1, Issue 11


The Effect Of A Differential Antihypertensive Therapy On Cardiohaemodynamic And Indicators Of A Daily Monitoring Of Blood Pressure In Patients With Hypertension, Which Were Under A Prolonged Influence Of The Electromagnetic Fields Of High Intensity


Author: Sopilnyak T. S.
Department of Internal Medicine No. 2 (Head of Department - Prof. Seredyuk N. M.), Ivano-Frankivsk State Medical University, Ukraine

Abstract: This report analyzes the impact of a differentiated antihypertensive therapy on the echocardiography and daily monitoring of blood pressure rates in the patients who were under a prolonged influence of the electromagnetic fields of high intensity. It is noticed, that monotherapy with bisoprolol or enalapril has lead to a reverse remodeling of the left ventricle and to its myocardium weight reduction. Meanwhile, in patients who were treated with bisoprolol a more pronounced antihypertensive effect is noted, compared with the enalapril group, that was shown by a decrease in average daily levels of systolic and diastolic blood pressure and a higher incidence of achieving the target level of performance. An increase of treatment efficiency through the use of a bisoprolol or enalapril combined therapy; with the addition of herbal sedative drug kardiofit is noted.

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