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The Effect of Blood Pressure on the Risk of Developing Systemic Diseases

*Sabina M. Delmanova, Diana R.Gasanova,Stanislav V. Gunov, Anastasiya A.Kovaleva, Vadim A. Tatarinov.


The article discusses the features of the influence of blood pressure on the risk of developing systemic diseases. The
author notes that blood pressure is a factor that, at a certain level of increase, negatively affects the development of
systemic diseases. Monitoring of blood pressure indicators and standardization of the level of this parameter will allow
to provide the necessary assistance to patients, as well as to select the necessary drugs that will improve the quality of
life and will not have significant side effects on the body.

Key words: Blood pressure,Cardiovascular diseases,Complex therapy Hypertension, Monotherapy,Systemic diseases

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