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Effect of smoking on the cardiovascular system of man

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The article presents the state of the cardiovascular system of smokers with different periods of tobacco smoking. From the results of our studies, we can conclude that smoking tobacco in men results in a significant increase in heart rate, systolic blood pressure, a significant reduction in P, PQ and QT times, an insignificant increase in diastolic blood pressure and a decrease in QRS duration.


Vaha A. Anzorov, Svetlana V. Moryakina. Effect of smoking on the cardiovascular system of man. Cardiometry; Issue 17; November 2020; p.97-100; DOI: 10.12710/cardiometry.2020.17.97100; Available from:


Heart,  Blood pressure,  Atrial systole,  Time of ventricular excitation
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