Identification of common factors osteopenic syndrome and arterial hypertension in teenagers

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The paper analyzes the major risk factors of osteoporosis (OP), hypertension (AH) and atherosclerosis in adolescents aged 15-18 years. The study revealed a number of modifiable risk factors of atherosclerosis, hypertension and ETA. The analysis of the treatment of patients in both groups led to the conclusion that the appointment of adolescents with ETA calcium and vitamin D3 for 1 year contributed to the increase of the IPC.

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E R Stadler

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