THE PROGNOSTICHESKY IMPORTANCE OF INFRINGEMENTS OF THE RHYTHM AND CONDUCTIVITY AT SICK OF THE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

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Now diseases of cardiovascular system confidently keep superiority in structure of death rate of the population. Studying of complications of illnesses of bodies of the blood circulation which are an immediate cause of death is of interest. Authors of article study a problem of infringements and conductivity at sick of a the myocardial infarction, prevalence, influence of the given complications on a current and a disease outcome. The special attention in article is given bundle blocks as to less studied problem. Predictive value of infringements of a rhythm of heart and conductivity can be used further in practical cardiology for stratification of risk at sick of a myocardial infarction.

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ПРОГНОСТИЧЕСКАЯ ЗНАЧИМОСТЬ НАРУШЕНИЙ РИТМА И ВНУТРИЖЕЛУДОЧКОВОЙ ПРОВОДИМОСТИ У БОЛЬНЫХ ОСТРЫМ ИНФАРКТОМ МИОКАРДА

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A A Molyanova

Email: anastasiyamolynova2011@yandex.ru

N N Nikulina

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