E. N. Konstantinov

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In the cross-sectional population study of 411 subjects aged 35-64 years and longitudinal 5.5-year follow-up of 157 aged 20-54 years, a relationship was examined between pulse blood flow to the cerebral vessels, their tone as assessed by rheoencephalography and resistance to arterial hypertension, coronary heart disease, and brain vascular lesions. The(More)
For successful control over the arterial hypertension among mass populationit is necessary to create the information system of automated register. In practice, its realization is possible on the basis of different polyclinical departments: prephysician examination, fluorography, and physician cabinets. A micro-computer installed in the polyclinic would be(More)
Relationships between the prevalence of electrocardiographic high-amplitude R and S waves, the stroke index, mean hemodynamic arterial BP and left-ventricular myocardial thickness (MT) were examined in a population of 411 individuals, aged 35-64 years. The prevalence of those waves is shown to have independent functional relationships with the stroke index(More)
A study was made of the peculiarities of the cerebral circulation with regard to the central hemodynamics in 326 men and 410 women aged 20 to 54 with normal and raised arterial pressure (AP) by the methods of bipolar rheoencephalography and tetrapolar chest rheography. In the groups with raised AP men (women) demonstrated a decrease in the blood pulse(More)
The study of an organized population has revealed three types of gustatory sensitivity to sodium chloride: low, medium and high. A certain dependence of salt sensitivity threshold on sex and age has been found. The examination of hypertensive patients in hospitals has revealed that patients with low gustatory sensitivity to salt are characterized by sodium(More)
A total of 569 subjects (91.2% response rate) were examined from a 5% random sample of 40 to 64 year-old men and women in the framework of a prophylactic program on hypertension control. There are 181 patients (31.8%) suffering from arterial hypertension (blood pressure 160/95 mm Hg and above). In 111 of them cardiac insufficiency was diagnosed by standard(More)
By using tetrapolar impedance cardiography and tachooscillography some central hemodynamic indices were studied in 200 healthy males and females, aged 15-49 years, in 40 males with borderline blood pressure, aged 35-49 years, in 50 males with labile arterial hypertension, aged 35-49 years. The central hemodynamic heterogeneity associated with age, sex and(More)
A three-percent random sample (1267 persons) of the unorganized population of one of the administrative districts of Moscow was examined. Arterial hypertension (AH) was diagnosed in 38.5 percent of the examinees of both sexes aged 35 to 64 years. 65.9 percent of men and 80.9 percent of women were fully aware of being affected with AH. However, only 10.1(More)
Cerebral circulation in relation to central hemodynamics was examined by means of rheoencephalography and chest rheography in 667 individuals with normal and elevated arterial blood pressure. Cardio-cerebral mechanisms are shown to be pathogenetically engaged since early stages of arterial hypertension. They are manifested as decreased cerebral stroke(More)