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No 5.49 (2016) Hyperuricemia and Arterial Hypertension — is There a Correlation? Abstract
L.A. Mishchenko
 
No 1.39 (2015) New Ideas about Risk Factors Value in Arterial Hypertension Pathogenesis Abstract
V.O. Dedova, S.S. Boyev, N.Ya. Dotsenko, I.A. Shekhunova
 
No 1.39 (2015) Metabolic and Hemodynamic Features of Arterial Hypertension in Adolescents Depending on Body Weight Abstract
M.M. Koreniev, L.F. Bohmat, V.V. Nikonova, O.M. Nosova, I.M. Bessonova
 
No 3.47 (2016) Pulse-Wave Velocity in Hypertensive Patients Depending on the Category of Cardiovascular Risk Abstract
E.P. Kolesnik, H.V. Dziak
 
No 3.47 (2016) The Role of Arterial Hypertension Anamnesis and Age in Cognitive Impairment Development in Hypertensive Patients Abstract  PDF SUMMARY
M.Ya. Dotsenko, L.V. Herasymenko, S.S. Boev, I.O. Shekhunova
 
No 2.46 (2016) Evaluation of Fixed Dose Combination Perindopril/Amlodipine Influence on Target Organ Damage in Patients with Arterial Hypertension and Ischemic Heart Disease (Results of EPHES Trial) Abstract
H.D. Radchenko, L.O. Mushtenko, O.O. Torbas, S.M. Kushnir, O.A. Yarynkina, S.V. Potashev, Yu.M. Sirenko
 
No 2.46 (2016) Diuretics in the Treatment of Hypertension: are They So Bad and are All of Them Equal? Part 2 Abstract
H.D. Radchenko
 
No 4.42 (2015) Evaluating the Effects of Fixed-Dose Combination of Perindopril + Amlodipine on Target Organ Damage in Patients with Arterial Hypertension (First Results of EPHES Trial) Abstract
H.D. Radchenko, L.O. Mushtenko, Yu.M. Sirenko, O.O. Torbas, S.M. Kushnir, O.A. Yarynkina, S.V. Potashev
 
No 3.41 (2015) What is Rational Combined Antihypertensive Therapy: ACE Inhibitor + Diuretic or Calcium Channel Blocker? Abstract
A.D. Radchenko
 
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