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Open Access Gender features of risk factors and clinical course of arterial hypertension

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The aim of the article is to reveal the risk factors and features of the clinical course of hypertension in men and women. Material and Methods: A prospective study of 204 patients was carried out. The survey included a sociological survey, with the use of special socio-sanitary profiles, matters which concern lifestyle characteristics of respondents, hereditary risk factors, peculiarities of hypertension. Results: Men often have a hidden crisis-free for hypertension with a great number of complications; women have a longer duration of the disease, with a more severe clinical picture. Conclusion: The differences of social and health behavior with the existing risk factors and the clinical course of hypertension according to the gender of the patient have been revealed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Igevsk State Medical Academy

Publication date: January 1, 2015

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