Salt in Hypertension: to Take Impossible to Refuse?
Keywords:hypertension, salt, sodium, potassium
The modern systematic data about the relationship of salt intake with the risk of hypertension and its complications had been observed in the review. The basic pathophysiological mechanisms, the results of epidemiological studies on the role of sodium excess in the progression of cardiovascular events had been considered. The aspects of national programs for the rational consumption of salt in the USA, European Union were described and cultural issues of salt consumption in Ukraine were outlined.
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