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Cardiometric study of the cardiovascular system performance under the influence of prolonged smoking and some other stresses

Abstract

Using an example of one patient, who smoked, who was found in some other stressful situations for 50 years and later suffered an acute myocardial infarction, the dynamics of the state of the cardiovascular system in cardiometric studies is shown herein. The results showed a direct relationship between the deterioration of the cardiovascular system performance and long-term smoking accompanied by some other stress types. Using the diagnostic capabilities of cardiometry, it was possible not only to avoid open heart surgery in the patient in question, but also to restore the cardiovascular system performance after two stenting operations. It has been shown that for the restoration of the cardiovascular system performance after an acute infarction, along with stenting, constant breathing exercises using one of the widespread conventional breathing training systems are extremely important.

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Mikhail Yu. Rudenko, Viacheslav M. Tyutyunnik, Elena N. Rogova, Murat A. Deberdeev, Artem O. Chepiga. Cardiometric study of the cardiovascular system performance under the influence of prolonged smoking and some other stresses. Cardiometry; Issue 31; May 2024; p.9-18; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2024.31.918; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no31-may-2024/cardiometric-study-cardiovascular-system

Keywords

Cardiovascular system,  Infarction,  Cardiometric examination,  Long-term smoking,  Stress,  Stenting
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