Active orthostatic responses in healthy persons and ah and copd patients in the Surgut-sity

UT Research Journal. Natural Resource Use and Ecology


Bulletin of Tyumen State University. Medico-Biological Sciences (№6). 2014

Active orthostatic responses in healthy persons and ah and copd patients in the Surgut-sity

About the authors:

Svetlana V. Soloviyeva, Dr. Med. Sci., associate professor, Tyumen State Medical academy
Tatyana N. Tsertsek, Post-graduate Student, Tyumen State University
Elina M. Bakieva, Post-graduate Student, Tyumen State University
Natalia V. Trusevich, Post-graduate Student, Tyumen State University
Vladimir S. Solovyov, Dr. Sci. (Med.), Professor, Head of the Department of Anatomy and Physiology of Humans and Animals, Institute of Biology, Tyumen State University;


The article reports on a research on active orthostatic response of 510 men and 528 women residing in oil and gas production regions. The hemodynamic effects of the active orthostatic response are defined for the healthy persons as well as patients with isolated arterial hypertension (AH) and its association with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). There are 4 age groups including men and women aged 17-21; 22-35; 36-60 and over 60 years of age. The young generation was born in the Far North; the older generation has been living in the Far North for over 20 years. The healthy men and women demonstrate a classic form of the active orthostatic response, parasympathetic prevalence in vegetative regulation, increase of the myocardial contractile function. The AH patients demonstrate decreased hemodynamic parameters, approach of the vegetative regulation index to balance, and increased inotropy. Generally, patients having associated pathologies have identical changes of the studied parameters; though with less distinct values.


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