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Vascular response to psychoemotional stress in young women with idiopathic arterial hypotension

Written by Baev V.M., Agafonova T.Yu., Samsonova O.A., Dusakova R.Sh.

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Objective. Study of vascular response to psychoemotional stress in young women with idiopathic arterial hypotension. Methods. Two groups of women aged 18–22 years were examined. Test group – 16 women with idiopathic arterial hypotension and control group – 10 women with normal arterial pressure. Psychoemotional exercise was performed according to E. Kraepelin. Ultrasound dopplerography of the vessels was performed at rest and after exercise. Results. With hypotension, stress provoked a decrease in the final diastolic blood flow velocity in the vertebral artery and a decrease in the diameter of the posterior tibial artery. Conclusions. With hypotension, psychoemotional load is accompanied by a minimal reaction of the arteries and veins, which is a manifestation of insufficient adaptation, and is caused by low vascular tone, acceleration of arterial and slowing of venous blood flow.

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V.M. Baev, T.Yu. Agafonova, O.A. Samsonova, R.Sh. Dusakova
Perm State Medical University named after E.A. Vagner (26 Petropavlovskaya St. Perm 614990 Russian Federation)


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