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This multicenter trial included 205 males aged 30-60 years with stable mild and moderate hypertension. 140 patients were from Moscow (140 patients), St. Petersburg, Kursk, Rostov (Russia); Kharkov, Donetsk (Ukraine); Baku (Azerbaijan). Group 1 patients received captopril, group 2 nifedipine, group 3 hydrochlorothiazide, group 4 propranolol.
WHO criteria of quality of life and psychological status were employed in a randomized placebo-controlled cross-over trial of relevant effects induced by propranolol and nifedipine. Forty patients with essential hypertension (EH) stage I-II aged 35-60, males with diastolic pressure 96-114 mm Hg, entered the trial. Monotherapy with calcium antagonist… (More)
The single doses of three reference antihypertensive drugs: corinfar (20 mg), anapriline (80 mg), and hypothiazide (50 mg) were screened on day 5 of drug administration at rest and during paired isometric and dynamic exercises in comparison to placebo. There was a significant decrease in blood pressures: systolic (SBP), diastolic (DBP), and mean (MBP) (p… (More)
A multicenter, controlled, open, randomized trial of antihypertensive and life quality (LQ) effects of monotherapy with captopril vs propranolol, hydrochlorothiazide and nifedipine included 345 males aged 35-60 years with mild and moderate hypertension. The results of 8-month treatment provided the conclusions: the drugs were much alike by antihypertensive… (More)
The new original Russian drug proxodolol having alpha- and beta-adrenoblocking activities in a ratio of 1:100 was examined at Stages I and II of clinical trials. The drug was given to 29 male patients aged 30-63 years who suffered from Stages I and II persistent hypertensive disease with a baseline diastolic blood pressure of >95 mm Hg. Proxodolol as 10-… (More)
The influence of a course therapy with anaprilin alone on the peripheral circulation in patients with essential hypertension of the early stages was investigated. Anaprilin was shown to have a significant effect on the peripheral blood circulation in the skeletal muscles expressed as veno- and artery dilatation, with the predominance of the former.
The pharmacokinetics of nadolol in blood serum and its excretion in the urine were studied in 6 male patients (aged from 35 to 59 years) with arterial hypertension for 48 h and, respectively, 72 h after a single per os administration of nadolol in a dose of 80 mg in the morning (9.00 a.m.), in daytime (15.00 p.m.) and in the evening (20.00 p.m.). The… (More)