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Журнал "Артеріальна гіпертензія те серцево-судинні захворювання" Том 16, №3-4, 2023

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Маскована гіпертензія як фактор високого ризику серцево-судинних захворювань і смертності

Автори: Скибчик В.А. (1), Пилипів О.С. (2)
(1) — Львівський національний медичний університет імені Данила Галицького, м. Львів, Україна
(2) — КП «Центральна міська лікарня Червоноградської міської ради», м. Червоноград, Україна

Рубрики: Кардіологія

Розділи: Довідник фахівця

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Резюме

Маскована гіпертензія (МГ) є одним з фенотипів артеріального тиску з високим ризиком прогресування до стійкої гіпертензії і тотожним ризиком серцево-судинних захворювань і смертності. Саме тому потенційно важливо не пропустити діагноз маскованої гіпертензії і вчасно запобігти можливим несприятливим ефектам, які пов’язані з нею. У статті узагальнено дані щодо визначення, діагностики, факторів ризику, клінічних наслідків і лікування маскованої гіпертензії.

Masked hypertension is one of the blood pressure phenotypes with a high risk of progressing to sustained hypertension with comparable cardiovascular and mortality risk. That is why it is potentially important not to miss the diagnosis of masked hypertension and timely prevent possible adverse effects. This review summarizes current data on definition, screening, risk factors, clinical implications and treatment of masked hypertension.


Ключові слова

маскована гіпертензія; серцево-судинний ризик; амбулаторне моніторування артеріального тиску; домашнє моніторування артеріального тиску

masked hypertension; cardiovascular risk; ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; home blood pressure monitoring


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