E A Troitskaya

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High prevalence of arterial hypertension and low rate of blood pressure (BP) control in patients with arterial hypertension require more intensive approaches to antihypertensive therapy. Every patient with arterial hypertension is characterized by different predominant pathophysiologic mechanisms in different periods of his life. Because of impact on(More)
Suboptimal medication adherence to anticoagulation therapy is a widespread problem and is associated with increases in risk of thromboembolic or haemorrhagic events. Standard therapy with warfarin is associated with suboptimal adherence due to narrow therapeutic window, frequent side effects and need for INR control. Much shorter half-life of NOACs raises(More)
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