The impact of lipid metabolism on the rate of aging of patients with arterial hypertension.

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Summary of "The impact of lipid metabolism on the rate of aging of patients with arterial hypertension."

Now atherosclerosis is even more often positioned as the natural hereditary determined process determining the rate of aging of an organism and life expectancy. Research objective: to study correlation interrelations between indicators of a lipidic profile and rate of aging of men with an arterial hypertension. We have conducted a one-stage research of 123 male patients (middle age 52,4±0,60 years). The main group (I) was made by patients with the arterial hypertension (AH) of the II stage of high risk. The control (II) group was made by 60 patients without kliniko-tool symptoms of cardiovascular pathology. The research of a lipid profile was conducted on the biochemical autoanalyzer «Humastar 600» (Human GMBH, Germany) with studying of the general cholesterol (OHS), lipoproteid of the low density (LDL), lipoproteid of the high density (LPVP), triglycerides (TG), calculation of the aterogennost coefficient (AC) was also carried out. Rate of aging decided on the basis of integrated assessment of the biological age (BA) on use of a technique of the Kiev Scientific Research Institute Gerontology. Patients with AG have a direct correlation dependence of moderate force between biological age and lipid exchange traces with OHS indicators (r=0,364, p=0,003), LDL (r=0,359, p=0,004), TG (r=0,324, p=0,010) and KA (r=0,488, p<0,001). The return correlation communication is noted with LPVP (-0,446, р<0,001). Patients have groups of control the direct correlation dependence of moderate force of BV and lipidic range is noted also for atherogenous fractions of lipoproteid and KA, feedback - for LPVP (-0,623, р<0,001). On the basis of the carried-out mathematical modeling formulas for determination of biological age of the considered groups of patients taking into account indicators of a lipidic profile have been made. The correlation analysis which is carried out by us reflects a dislipidemiya contribution to development of the accelerated aging of an organism, and the executed mathematical modeling allows to carry out diagnostics of the accelerated aging of patients by means of indicators of lipid exchange.


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Name: Klinicheskaia laboratornaia diagnostika
ISSN: 0869-2084
Pages: 495-499


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