A A Terebov

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Altogether 90.2 thousand workers of 33 enterprises of the cities and villages were examined. Of these, men (mean age 41.1 +/- 1.1 years) accounted for 39.2%. Use was made of an automated system for mass cardiological screening and dispensary observation made over time of the workers and employees of the organized bodies by computer EC, CM and IBM PC XT/AT.(More)
AIM To evaluate trends in arterial hypertension (AH) and other risk factors and their changes after active prevention program. MATERIAL AND METHODS 1382 male and 1555 female volunteers were included into the group of active prevention at the workplace vs 1024 male and 776 female controls. 5-year follow-up covered 543 males and 569 females from the(More)
AIM To study prevalence of arterial hypertension (AH) in relation to gender, age, profession, risk factors (RF), RF combination; efficacy of active long-term multifactor prevention among the employees of industrial enterprises in some regions of Russia. MATERIAL AND METHODS 14000 males and 20969 females from industrial enterprises of Cheboksary, Pskov,(More)
AIM To study prevalence of cardiovascular disease risk factors (CRF) in relation to sex, age, occupation as well as efficiency of active long-term multifactorial prophylaxis in the groups of active intervention (AI) and observation. MATERIAL AND METHODS The comparison group consisted of 1848 male and 1643 female volunteers. 8326 males and 13,116 females(More)
AIM To study prevalence of ischemic heart disease (IHD) and its various clinical forms depending on sex, age, profession including risk factors (RF) and their combination and efficiency of long-term multifactorial active prevention programs at enterprises in several regions of the Russian Federation. MATERIAL AND METHODS 14,000 male and 20,969 female(More)
AIM To study the prevalence of ischemic heart disease (IHD) and its various clinical forms depending on both sexes, age, profession, risk factors and efficiency of active prevention programs. MATERIAL AND METHODS 1848 males and 1643 females were inspected as a control group. 8326 males and 13,116 females volunteers were included into the groups of active(More)
AIM Evaluation of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) prevalence and their dynamics after active prevention program. MATERIALS AND METHODS 1382 male and 155 female volunteers were included into the group of active prevention in their office. 1024 males and 776 females with natural history were compared as a control group. 5-year follow-up was performed in 543(More)
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