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Title: Research of arterial pressure in medical students with individual types of autonomic regulation of organism’s functions
Authors: Didova, T.V.
Sokol, E.N.
Zelenskaya, A.N.
Hloba, N.S.
Keywords: Arterial pressure
Autonomic regulation
Students
Cardiovascular system
Issue Date: 18-May-2016
Publisher: Харківський Національний Медичний Університет
Citation: Research of arterial pressure in medical students with individual types of autonomic regulation of organism’s functions / T. V. Didova, E. N. Sokol, A. N. Zelenskaya, N. S. Hloba // Фізіологія медицині, фармації та педагогіці: «Актуальні проблеми та сучасні досягнення» : тези доповідей ІII Всеукраїнської студентської наукової конференції з фізіології з міжнародною участю, Харків, 18 травня 2016 р. – Харків, 2016. – С. 6–7.
Abstract: One part of research carried out in the physiology department includes study of adaptive reactions to intellectual and physical stress using vegetative indexes of cardiovascular system activity. The relevance of our research was to objectify the realization mechanisms of sympathetic and parasympathetic effects of autonomic nervous system reactivity. The aim of the research was to study the reaction of the cardiovascular system depending on Kerdo index.
Description: The research allowed making a conclusion that healthy young individuals do not have a significant prevalence of sympathetic or parasympathetic tonus either at rest or in response to functional tests. Thus, in mechanisms of arterial pressure regulation among young people constitutional morphological and functional features of cardio-vascular system are primarily determining the specific variant of organism's reaction to clino - and orthostatic tests.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/13515
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