DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-1485.6.62.2018.153929

Chronotherapy of arterial hypertension: current state of the issue

S.S. Boev, N.Yа. Dotsenko, I.A. Shekhunova, L.V. Gerasimenko

Abstract


This article is a review of literature data on the clinical significance of chronotherapy for arterial hypertension in hypertensive patients. The chronotherapeutic approach to the treatment of arterial hypertension is given, which allows increasing the effectiveness of treatment taking into account the time of prescription of antihypertensive drugs. The results are presented of numerous studies on the possibility of reducing the risk of cardiovascular complications in the normalization of the daily rhythm of blood pressure.

Keywords


arterial hypertension; chronotherapy; ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; review

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