[Relations between microcirculation and central hemodynamics and the physical work capacity of patients with hypertension].
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Jan 01, 1984
The microcirculation, central hemodynamics and working capacity were examined in 306 patients with essential hypertension, stages I, II and III. Close correlation was revealed between abnormalities of the arteriolar architectonics, on the one hand, and peripheral resistance and arterial pressure, on the other one. The author provides data on mathematic simulation of the working capacity of patients with essential hypertension.
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