M B Balavadze

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In order to evaluate the volumetric flow rate of the blood in the major extracranial arteries, as well as to assess intracranial haemodynamics in patients presenting with isolated arterial hypertension and those with haemodynamically insignificant pathologies of the "CA" the authors analysed the findings obtained in a total of 159 patients (71 males and 88(More)
In the cooperative study of multifactorial prevention of ischaemic heart disease (IHD), conducted in Moscow, Kaunas and Minsk, the authors investigated and compared the prevalence of IHD, its various forms, ECG changes and the awareness of the IHD patients that they were affected by this disease. Preventive examination of the male population in the 40 to 59(More)
Bicycle ergometry in 40-59 year-old male patients with coronary heart disease, identified during mass prophylactic examination on the basis of epidemiological criteria, has shown that in patients with angina pectoris of effort and no myocardial infarction in history positive exercise tests are observed in 20,8% of cases, while in patients with painless CHD(More)
The authors discuss the information on the prevalence of the various forms of ischemic heart disease, the frequency of the risk factors among them, the patients' knowledge of the fact that they have ischemic heart disease and application for medical aid, and the frequency of angina pectoris attacks in patients with myocardial infarction and in persons not(More)
AIM To elucidate relationship between presence of atherogenic risk factors (dyslipidemia, hypertension, smoking, etc.) and common carotid artery intima-media thickness. MATERIAL AND METHODS Color duplex carotid artery scanning and determination of blood lipids, lipo- and apolipoproteins were carried out in 160 patients aged 34-73 (mean 57.4+/-8.2) years.(More)
For purposes of cooperative research on multifactorial prevention of ischaemic heart disease, a standardization system was elaborated in the USSR for classification of ECG findings according to the Minnesota code. The system includes instruction about the coding rules, experimental coding, analysis of faulty codings, and finally a control test consisting in(More)
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