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[Effect of physical training on lipid metabolism and the rheologic properties of the blood of patients with ischemic heart disease].
- V. Dudaev, I. V. Diukov, E. Andreev, V. V. Borodkin, M. Al'-Murabak
- 1 December 1986
Regular exercise was shown to bring down erythrocyte membrane levels of triglycerides, fibrinogen and cholesterol and raise the level of high density lipoprotein cholesterol in coronary patients.
[Vasopressin content of the blood in ischemic heart disease patients and its interrelation with other hormones].
- V. Dudaev, V. Gorin, V. V. Borodkin, I. V. Diukov, N. I. Nechaeva
- Medicine, BiologyKardiologiia
- 1 July 1986
There was no significant difference in vasopressin levels of patients with and without attendant essential hypertension, those with atherosclerotic and postinfarction cardiosclerosis, or in relation to body weight.
[Changes in the content of fibrinogen and its high-molecular derivatives as affected by the physical training of ischemic heart disease patients].
Regular physical training of the male patients with CHD patients resulted in a significant decrease in the content of fibrinogen, solublefibrin and fibr in degradation products in the blood that might be conducive to the improvement of microcirculation and hence to lessening the number of angina attacks in these patients.
[The pathogenetic role of the thrombocytic-vascular hemostasis in the development of electric myocardial instability (clinico- experimental study)].
[Use of prolecofen in the treatment of arrhythmia in patients with ischemic heart disease].
Prolecofen is shown to be an effective agent for the treatment of ventricular and supraventricular arrhythmias in coronary patients, contributing to the inhibition of platelet activity, a drop of cAMP and cGMP levels and a rise of the cAMP/cGMP ratio.
[Effect of physical training on the clinical course and the status of blood coagulation hemostasis in patients with ischemic heart disease].
Intensive rationed exercise normalized coagulation hemostasis in coronary patients, as evidenced by reduced thrombinemia owing to smaller concentrations of factors VIII and X and an increase in protein C content.
[Rheological properties of the blood in hypertension patients].
- V. A. Liusov, V. Dudaev, M. Al-Mubarak, I. V. Diukov, V. V. Borodkin
- 1 August 1986
Essential hypertension was shown to be associated with marked rheologic disorders, such as increased packed cell volume and plasma viscosity, and a greater rigidity of the erythrocyte membranes was demonstrated.
[Changes in the hormonal profile in patients with ischemic heart disease during physical training].
- V. Dudaev, I. V. Diukov, V. V. Borodkin, V. Gorin, M. A. Mironova
- Medicine, BiologyKardiologiia
- 1 October 1989
Changes in blood insulin, thyroxine, triiodothyronine, thyrotropin, somatotropin, corticotropin, cortisol, and aldosterone were defined in 46 male patients with coronary heart disease during daily…
[Use of the antioxidant ubinon in the complex treatment of patients with ischemic heart disease].
In coronary patients with ventricular extrasystoles, ubinon enhanced antiarrhythmic effect of mexitil and reduced cAMP and cGMP content and elevated cAMP/cGMP ratio.
[Changes in thrombocyte-vascular hemostasis and cyclic nucleotide levels after anti-arrhythmia therapy in patients with ischemic heart disease].
In prolecofen-treated patients, platelet activity decreased significantly, cAMP and cGMP dropped while the cAMP/cGMP ratio went up; prostacyclin and thromboxane changes were not significant, which may be a mechanism of prole cofen's antiarrhythmic action.