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2(58) // 2017

 

 

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Comparative effectiveness of nitrate-centric and diuretic-centric strategies for treating patients with acute decompensated heart failure with relation to decongestion and immediate outcome (UKR)

K. M. Amosova1, A. B. Bezrodnyi1, I. I. Gorda1, Yu. V. Rudenko1, H. V. Mostbauer1, A. V. Sablin2, N. V. Melnychenko2, Yu.O. Sychenko1, I. V. Prudkiy1, K. I

1 O. O. Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv
2 Oleksandrivska Clinical Hospital, Kyiv

The aim —  to perform a comparative assessment of the efficiency of «nitrate-centric» (NC) and «diuretic-centric» (DC) strategies for treatment of «warm and wet» patients with acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF) with relation to clinical decongestion, tolerability and immediate outcome of ADHF.
Materials and methods. The open prospective randomized study included 141 patients who were hospitalized for ADHF. All patients in order of admission on the first day were randomized into two groups with different decongestion strategies. DC group included 93 patients who underwent traditional decongestion — by moderate doses of loop diuretics i/v bolus (40 — 120 mg per day for furosemide) and short intermittent infusion of nitroglycerine (once within 4 — 12 hours on admission at a dose of 10 — 30 mkg/kg/min). NC group included 48 patients for whom decongestion was performed by continuous infusion of nitroglycerine (initial dose — 10 mkg/kg/min, average dose — 30 — 100 mkg/kg/min, maximum dose — 200 mkg/kg/min) within 72 hours and low doses of loop diuretics i/v bolus (≤ 80 mg per day for furosemide).
Results and discussion. Advantages were found of NC strategy over DC strategy in patients with ADHF, which is primarily associated with a more pronounced positive dynamics of separate symptoms (dyspnea on the Borg scale on the third day of treatment — 4.6 ± 0.2 vs 6.3 ± 0.3; p < 0.01; at the time of discharge — 2.3 ± 0.1 vs 3.7 ± 0.2, p < 0.05) and signs of congestion and their integral Lala and Gheorghiade indices. This was associated with a better dynamics of quantitative indicators of hemodynamic congestion at the time of discharge — E/E′ (14.8 ± 0.78 vs 17.4 ± 0.82, p < 0.01) and NT-proBNP (732 ± 124 vs 858 ± 244, p < 0.05).
Conclusions. In patients with ADHF and no signs of systemic hypotension, «nitrate-centric» strategy compared with «diuretic-centric» strategy was associated with more effective clinical decongestion, decreased NT-proBNP, decreased total incidence of severe cardiovascular «events» during hospital period without increase of the incidence of side effects, including symptomatic and asymptomatic hypotension.

Keywords: acute decompensated heart failure, diagnosis, treatment.

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Algorithm of selection of method of operative treatment of varicose veins with application of endovenous laser treatment and assessment of its effectiveness (UKR)

V. G. Mishalov, O. V. Kuzmenko, L.Yu. Markulan

O. O. Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv

The aim —  to create algorithm of treatment of patients with varicose veins of the lower extremities (VVLE) with differential use of various types of fibers depending on the diameter of sapheno-femoral junction (SFJ), and evaluate its effectiveness in long-term post-operative period (in 1 year).
Materials and methods. The prospective study which was performed in period from 2014 to 2017 on the base of Oleksandrivska City Clinical Hospital (Kyiv, Ukraine) included 265 patients with VVLE. Among them, there were 185 (69.8 %) women and 80 (30.2 %) men aged from 20 to 71, on an average 39.9 ± 0.7 years old, of class II-VI according to CEAP classification. The diameter of SFJ ranged from 5 mm to 30 mm. The mean value of the general clinical score according to venous severity scoring (VSS) system was 11.29 ± 0.41 points. The term of patient’s follow up was 1 year. Endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) was performed with application of diode laser of 1470 nm wavelength. The comparison group (group C) included 209 patients who underwent EVLT with application of bare-tip fiber (in case of SFJ diameter ≤ 21 mm in period from 2014 to 2015) and radial fiber (in case of SFJ diameter ≤ 30 mm in period from 2015 to 2016). The main group (group O) included 56 patients who underwent EVLT in 2016 with application of bare-tip fiber (in case of SFJ diameter ≤ 16 mm), radial fiber (in case of SFJ diameter of 17 mm — 23 mm); cross-ectomy and EVLT with the use of bare-tip or radial fiber in case of SFJ diameter > 23 mm. Groups C and O were representative of sex, age, class of CEAP, SFJ diameter, points according to VSS scale, and length of ablated great saphenous vein (GSV) segment. In case of total vertical reflux, in order to prevent thermic neuritis of the saphenous nerve, we applied an original method of combined laser and foam ablation of the GSV.
Results and discussion. The average duration of surgical intervention in patients of group C was 63.2 ± 1.4 mins (from 34 mins to 105 mins), in patients of group O — 62.1 ± 1.8 mins (from 38 mins to 94 mins), = 0.662. The length of GSV segment which was ablated with the help of EVLT in patients of group C was from 7 to 96 cm, median — 37 cm; in patients of group O — from 7 cm to 94 cm, median — 38 cm. Among patients with total vertical reflux, the frequency of thermic neuritis of the saphenous nerve was statistically higher in group C than in group O (35.5 % versus 0.0 %; = 0.043). In a year after surgery, cumulative frequency of recurrence of vertical reflux in patients of group C was 11.5 %, and in patients of group O — 1.8 % ( = 0.03); the mean value according to VSS scale was 2.9 ± 0.4 points and 1.4 ± 0.3 points, respectively, ( = 0.049).
Conclusions. The created algorithm of treatment of patients with VVLE of C2-C6 class according to CEAP classification with differential use of various types of fibers, improved with combined method of elimination of severe vertical reflux and cross-ectomy allowed decreasing the frequency of post-traumatic neuritis (in patient with total reflux) in long-term (1-year) post-operative period from 35.5 % to 0 %, frequency of recurrence of the vertical reflux — from 11.5 % to 1.8 %, mean value of general clinical point — from 2.8 to 1.8 points.

Keywords: endovenous laser treatment, radial fiber, bare-tip fiber, sapheno-femoral junction diameter, varicose veins, cross-ectomy, long-term results.

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Acute coronaty syndrome registry in Transcarpathia: first results (UKR)

T. V. Chendey1, Ya. H. Ratochka2, V. V. Lohoyda2

1 Uzhhorod National University
2 Transcarpathian Regional Clinical Cardiology Dispensary, Uzhhorod

The aim — to analyze 2016 year data of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) registry in Transcarpathian region.
Materials and methods. ACS Registry in Transcarpathian region (hereafter — Registry) was initiated on 01 January, 2016. It systematically collects information on each ACS case that has been registered in healthcare facilities of the region. The Registry is a retrospective observational regional single-center study. Registry comprises specially designed electronic registration forms, which were filled in with systematic, tertiary center coordinated collection of data on each ACS case that has been registered in healthcare facilities of the region.
Results and discussion. During 9 months of 2016, data on 904 cases of ACSs were entered into the Registry — mostly ACS with ST segment elevation (STE-ACS) (291 cases, 32.2 %) and Q-wave myocardial infarction (319 cases, 35.3 %). Among patients with STE-ACS median of time from onset of symptoms to diagnosis was 140 minutes (interquartile range 70.0 — 360.0), in 113 cases (45.4 %) the diagnosis was made in less than 2 hours, in 189 (75.9 %) patients it was made in less than 6 hours, and in 224 (90.0 %) patients — less than in 12 hours. Primary coronary intervention (PCI) was performed in 261 patients (28.9 % of all ACS), thrombolytic treatment was given to 56 patients (6.2 %). Total mortality among all ACS patients was 14.2 %, with large inter-district variability: 0 % in Perechyn and Mizhhirya districts, 26.7 % in Volovets district, 29.3 % in Vynohradiv district, 37.5 % in Velykyy Bereznyy district. Among PCI patients mortality was 7.3 %, in non-PCI cohort it was 17.0 %, which corresponds to 0.43 relative risk (PCI vs non-PCI) with 95 % CI 0.27 — 0.68 and NNT to avoid one death 10.3. The proportion of deaths in PCI-treated patients was 24.1 % out of all deaths. This measure was highly variable throughout districts: starting from 0 % in Berehovo, Mizhhirya, Perechyn and Rakhiv districts and up to 50 % in Velykyy Bereznyy and Volovets districts. There was a sustained trend towards fewer deaths as percentage of reperfused patients increased. Comparison of Registry data on mortality and official medical statistics report figures revealed systematic excess of mortality as reported by official medical statistics (14.2 vs 21.7 %).
Conclusions. Registry data analysis demonstrated low numbers of diagnosed ACS (especially non-STE ACS and non-Q MI), substantial differences in quality of care between different districts and notable decrease up to 57 % in ACS mortality in reperfused patients.

Keywords: acute coronary syndrome, reperfusion therapy, registry.

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Clinico-anamnestic characteristics and values of intracardiac hemodynamics in patients with acute myocardial infarction depending on T(786)C polymorphism of endothelial NO-synthase gene (UKR)

V. I. Tseluyko, L. M. Yakovleva, O. E. Matuzok

Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

The aim — to evaluate possible relationship between T(–786)C polymorphism of eNOS gene and values of intracardiac hemodynamics in patients with acute myocardial infarction (MI) after thrombolytic therapy.
Materials and methods. We examined 64 patients with MI with ST segment elevation (STEMI) after intravenous thrombolytic therapy. Cardiac ultrasound and evaluation of allelic T(–786)C polymorphism of eNOS gene with polymerase chain reaction were performed in all patients.
Results and discussion. 22 (34.4 %) of the examined patients had TT genotype, 34 (53.1 %) — genotype and 8 (12.5 %) — genotype. The patients were divided into two groups: group consisted of TT genotype carriers, II group — of and genotype carriers. We found that patients in II group were significantly more likely to have the history of arterial hypertension ( = 0.046), T2DM ( = 0.052), family history of early onset of cardiovascular diseases ( = 0.048). Patients of II group were better informed about dyslipidemia before they developed STEMI ( = 0.047). Mean left ventricular (LV) end-diastolic volume (EDV) on cardiac ultrasound was significantly lower in group I than in group II: (128.82 ± 20.70 vs 138.41 ± 21.40 ml; = 0.054). Mean LV end-systolic volume (ESV) in group I was also significantly lower than in II group (63.27 ± 9.67 vs 69.78 ± 13.76 ml; = 0.052). We performed stepwise regression analysis and obtained statistically significant regression model (p < 0.01). According to it, T(–786) C polymorfhism of eNOS gene with presence of C allele in patient’s genotype was responsible for 3.0 % of EDV increase ( = 0.001) and for 3.8 % of ESV increase ( = 0.005).
Conclusions. STEMI patients with allele of T(–786) C polymorphism of eNOS gene are significantly more likely to have arterial hypertension, T2DM and family history of cardiovascular diseases with early onset. Presence of allele of T(–786)C polymorphism of eNOS gene is an independent factor of increase in LV ESV and LV EDV.

Keywords: acute myocardial infarction, left ventricular remodeling, endothelial NO-synthase gene polymorphism.

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Relationship of renal dysfunction in patients with acute decompensated heart failure with clinical and hemodynamic congestion assessment by markers of acute renal damage and efficacy of decongestive therapy (UKR)

K. M. Amosova1, I. I. Gorda1, A. B. Bezrodnyi1, G. V. Mostbauer1, A. V. Sablin2, N. V. Melnychenko2, Yu. O. Sychenko1, I. V. Prudkiy1, I. S. Kovalyova1, O.

1 . . Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv
2 Oleksandrivska Clinical Hospital, Kyiv

The aim — to determine the relationship of renal dysfunction with the severity of clinical and hemodynamic signs of congestion by means of markers of acute renal damage (ARD) and the effectiveness of decongestion in patients with acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF).
Materials and methods. The prospective study involved 107 «warm and wet» patients with ADHF aged 38 to 85 years (mean age (65.7 ± 2.2) years), including 78 (70.1 %) men who were consecutively hospitalized in the cardiological department of Oleksandrivska Clinical Hospital in Kyiv in 2013 — 2014. Patients were divided into two groups depending on glomerular filtration rate (GFR) at admission: less than 60 ml/(hr · 1.73 m2), that is, significantly reduced GFR, and 60 ml/(hr · 1.73 m2) and more, that is, relatively preserved GFR.
Results and discussion. In the group with decreased GFR, the patients were significantly older (64.8 ± 2.72) vs. (55.3 ± 2.32) years, respectively, p < 0.01) and had a greater incidence of arterial hypertension (86.9 % vs. 54.3 % p < 0.01), diabetes (32.8 % vs. 15.2 %, p < 0.05), decrease in EF < 45 % (88.5 % vs. 63.0 %, respectively, p < 0.01). The mean time of inpatient treatment was (14.9 ± 0.9) days in the group with GFR < 60 ml/(hr · 1.73 m2), and (11.7 ± 0.7) days in the group with GFR ≥ 60 ml/(hr · 1.73 m2), (p < 0.01). High severity of heart failure by NYHA and predominance of IV functional class in patients of this group were associated with a greater severity of clinical manifestations of congestion — dyspnea on the Borg scale, Lala ortho-edema index and modified Gheorghiade congestion index (all p < 0.05), and an increase in E/E′ by 23.5 % and NT-proBNP — by 22.5 % (p < 0.01).
Conclusions. In «warm and wet» patients with ADHF, chronic kidney disease (CKD) was observed in 57 % of cases and was associated with a greater expression of clinical signs of congestion. Conventional decongestive therapy with diuretics and nitrates for ADHF with CKD was accompanied by a more pronounced decrease in GFR on day 3 of hospitalization and an increase in NGAL only in patients with CKD, probably, resulting from their acute damage.

Keywords: acute renal damage, acute decompensated heart failure, lipocalin, gelatinase-associated neutrophils (NGAL), decongestion and glomerular filtration rate.

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Options and ways to protect myocardium in surgical treatment of valvular heart disease combined with coronary pathology (RUS)

V. I. Ursulenko, O. V. Kupchinsky, L. R. Naumova, Yu. S. Starodub,
P. M. Semeniv, V. M. Galyuk, L. S. Fedorova

SI «M. M. Amosov National Institute of Cardiovascular Surgery of NAMS of Ukraine» Kyiv

The aim — of study: to evaluate the results of usage of different methods of cardioplegic solution delivery into the miocardium in combined surgeries of diseases of coronary arteries and heart valves.
Materials and methods. For the period of 2014 — 2016, prosthetics or plastic surgery of the heart valves was performed in 3,067 patients. Of these, 766 (25.0 %) needed combination with coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). They were the subject of the study. Several ways of cardioplegic solution delivery to the myocardium were used to protect the myocardium: the solution was injected after CABG and was performed at different stages after aortic clamping.
Results and discussion. Analysis of the results of surgical treatment of combined valvular and coronary pathology with the use of various methods of cardioplegia, minimizing the on-pump effect on the patient’s body showed the advantage of the preventive CABG method on the working heart to achieve subsequent full cardioplegia, which reduced the time of heart-lung machine usage by 21.4 %, and cardiac ischemia — by 42.3 %.
Conclusions. In the surgical treatment of acquired valvular heart disease, combined coronary artery bypass surgery was necessary in 25.0 % of patients, i.e., in every fourth patient. Using the methods of preventive restoration of coronary blood flow by coronary artery bypass on a working heart before clamping the aorta showed the advantages of this option for the subsequent uniform delivery of the cardioplegic solution to the myocardium.

Keywords: cardioplegia, coronary pathology, valvular heart disease, myocardial protection options.

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Effect of eplerenone on long-term prognosis of patients with myocardial infarction of the right ventricle against the background of Q-myocardial infarction of the left ventricle posterior wall (RUS)

V. Y. Tseluyko1, T. A. Lozova2

1 Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education
2 City Clinical Hospital N 1, Sumy

The aim — to evaluate the effect of the selective mineralocorticoid receptor antagonist eplerenone in the long-term prognosis of patients with myocardial infarction (MI) of the right ventricle (RV) against the background of Q-MI of the left ventricular posterior wall (PWLV).
Materials and methods. The study involved 155 patients with MI of the RV against Q-MI of the PWLV aged (64.11 ± 0.78) years. Patients were divided into two groups. Group 1 consisted of 88 (56.8 %) patients including 13 (14.8 %) which had left ventricular ejection fraction ≤ 40 %. On the 3rd — 4th day of MI they received eplerenone. Group 2 consisted of 67 (43.2 %) patients treated with standard therapy. The follow-up was 30.6 ± 4.5 months. The endpoints were: cardiovascular (CV) death, unstable angina (UA), recurrent MI (Re-MI), hospitalizations for heart failure (HF) and acute cerebrovascular accidents (ACVA).
Results and discussion. The endpoints occurred in 65 (41.9 %) patients: UA — in 50 (32.2 %), Re-MI — in 15 (9.6 %), ACVA — in 9 (5.8 %), HF-hospitalization — in 22 (14.2 %), CV-death — in 16 (10.3 %) persons. CV-events occurred in 27 (30.7 %) patients of the eplerenone group, which was significantly lower than in patients of the 2nd group — 38 (56.7 %), (Cox F-test: p = 0.00389). The frequency of Re-MI (p = 0.168) and ACVA (p = 0.144) were not significantly different between the groups at the end of observation. However the frequency of UA (p = 0.0267), HF-hospitalization (p = 0.0107) and CV-deaths (p = 0.0295) were significantly less frequent in patients who received eplerenone.
Conclusions. The use of eplerenone in addition to standard therapy in patients with right ventricular infarction is associated with a statistically significant reduction in the number of cardiovascular events, including death, UA, and HF-hospitalizations during 30.6-month follow-up.

Keywords: myocardial infarction, right ventricle, eplerenone, prognosis, cardiovascular events.

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Creation and implementation of protocolized treatment of vascular anomalies in multidisciplinary hospital (UKR)

I. M. Benzar1, A. F. Levytskiy1, V. P. Prytula1, O. M. Lishchyshyna2

1 O. O. Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv
2 State Expert Center of Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Kyiv

The aim — to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of methods for treating vascular anomalies in children in accordance with the approved protocol in a multidisciplinary hospital, taking into account the complications of medical manipulations.
Materials and methods. A prospective study was conducted of the results of treatment of 197 children with vascular anomalies on the basis of one multidisciplinary clinic for the period from January 2011 to December 2016. The patients’ ages ranged from 1 month to 18 years. The treatment strategy was based on the approved protocol and included conservative therapy, sclerotherapy, endovascular embolization, surgical removal, and a combination of these methods. The result of treatment and complications of medical manipulations were evaluated.
Results and discussion. To determine the tactics of treatment, all patients underwent ultrasound examination, as well as computed tomography with contrast enhancement or magnetic resonance imaging. Vascular tumors were diagnosed in 61 (30.9 %) patients, vascular malformations (VM) — in 136 (60.9 %) patients. 58 (95 %) of 61 patients with vascular tumors received only conservative therapy, 3 (5 %) — a combination of conservative treatment with subsequent surgical intervention. 18 (14.2 %) of 127 children with VM with slow blood flow received conservative treatment, 97 (76.4 %) had sclerotherapy, 5 (3.9 %) had surgery and 7 (5.5 %) — a combination of medical manipulations. 2 (22.2 %) of 9 patients with VM with fast blood flow had endovascular embolization, 5 (55.6 %) — embolization and sclerotherapy and 2 (22.2 %) — combined embolization, sclerotherapy and surgical removal. Complications occurred in 2 (1 %) patients: one child had skin allergic reaction after sclerotherapy with OK-432, the other — transient hypoglycemia against conservative treatment with β-blockers.
Conclusions. The introduction of diagnostic and treatment algorithm based on the approved protocol in a multidisciplinary hospital had positive results with an acceptable level of complications in pediatric patients with vascular anomalies.

Keywords: vascular malformations, infantile hemangiomas, treatment protocol, sclerotherapy, children.

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Health-related quality of life and physical work capacity in adults after pulmonary autograft operation (UKR)

I. H. Lebid, N. M. Rudenko, A. O. Razinkina, Yu. I. Klymyshyn

SI «Scientific and Practical Medical Center for Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery of Ministry of Health of Ukraine», Kyiv

The aim — to estimate the health-related quality of life (QL) and physical work capacity in adults after pulmonary autograft operation (PAO).
Materials and methods. From 01 Jan. to 31 Dec 2016 we examined 46 adults over the age of 18. Group I included 22 patients after PAO (subgroup 1A — 8 patients with heart failure (CF) of I functional class (FC) by NYHA, and subgroup 1B — 14 patients with CF of II — III FC by NYHA). Group II consisted of 24 practically healthy adults.
Results and discussion. Health-related quality of life (HRQoL) analysis showed quite good performance indexes on basic research criteria. The six-minute walk test was performed worse in group I (group I — 429.6 ± 22.2 m, group II — 593.3 ± 7.6 m; p <0.01). Exercise tolerance in patients of subgroup 1B was significantly reduced compared with subgroup 1A and group II. Thus, the physical development index (PWC170) in absolute value and in terms of body weight (PWC170/kg) in subgroup 1B was lower in comparison with subgroup 1A (p <0.05) and group II (p < 0.05 and p <0.01, respectively). Maximum oxygen consumption (MOC) in subgroup 1B was statistically significantly lower compared to group II. Evaluation of right ventricular function (RV) showed statistically significantly lower movement of the tricuspid valve ring (TAPSE) in subgroup 1B compared to subgroup 1A and group II (p <0.05), indicating a decrease in systolic function of the RV. In subgroup 1B, the SF-36 questionnaire, reflecting physical functioning (PF) 78.6 ± 5.0, pain intensity 66.0 ± 6.9, general health 59.8 ± 5.7, and social function (SF) 70.5 ± 6.5, were statistically significantly worse than those of group II (p <0.05). Patients of subgroup 1A registered significantly better QoL and deterioration in only one indicator — PF 83.1 ± 4.0 compared with group II (p <0.05). Differences between subgroups 1A and 1B were noted only in SF (90.6 ± 3.9 and 70.5 ± 6.5, respectively, p <0.05).
Conclusions. In adult patients with congenital aortic valve malformations in 5.8 years after PAO, CF of II and III FC by NYHA was associated with worsening of PWC170 and MOC, decrease of RV contractility according to TAPSE index and was combined with significantly higher gradient through pulmonary artery conduit compared with NYHA I. Decrease of QoL in patients with NYHA II — III was characterized by significantly worse indexes of physical component of health and good mental health component indexes compared to patients with NYHA I.

Keywords: quality of life, physical work capacity, congenital heart disease, reconstructive surgery, adults.

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Features of coronary arteries in patients with ischemic heart disease and different states of the gallbladder who underwent coronary artery bypass grafting (UKR)

L. M. Strilchuk1, D. I. Besh1, O. I. Rafalyuk2

1 Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University
2 Lviv Regional State Clinical Diagnostic Heart Center

The aim — to determine the main changes in the arterial bed depending on the state of the gallbladder (GB) in patients with coronary heart disease (CHD) who underwent coronary artery bypass grafting.
Materials and methods. We analyzed data of 98 patients (40 % — with acute myocardial infarction, 60 % — with unstable angina).
Results and discussion. Patients with intact GB were characterized by minimal frequency of stenosis of anterior interventricular branch (AIVB) of left coronary artery (LCA), minimal frequency and grade of affection of right coronary artery (RCA), minimal grade of stenosis of left circumflex artery (LCA). Patients with sludge differed by higher grades of stenosis of AIVB and RCA, most frequent affection of both coronary arteries (CA) and absence of right type of blood supply. Bent of GB body was accompanied by minimal frequency of stenosis of LCA and the least frequent affection of two CA. Patients with GB neck deformations had maximal frequency and grade of RCA affection. Patients with cholelithiasis most frequently had lesion of AIVB of LCA (100 %) and the highest frequency of left type of blood supply. Patients with cholelithiasis were characterized by the most frequent trivascular lesion of CA, maximal frequency of stenosis of all CA, the highest grade of LCA stenosis (92.5 %).
Conclusions. Increase of grade of GB affection is accompanied by augmentation of frequency and grade of coronary arteries affection and also incidence of multivessel stenoses which correlate with coagulation and lipid metabolism parameters.

Keywords: anterior interventricular branch of left coronary artery, right and left coronary arteries, circumflex left coronary artery, gallbladder.

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Parameters of central hemodynamics and vascular stiffness in patients with arterial hypertension with or without metabolic syndrome (RUS)

N. V. Shyshkina

O. O. Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv

The aim — to conduct a comparative evaluation of central hemodynamics and aortic stiffness parameters in patients with hypertension depending on the presence or absence of metabolic syndrome (MS).
Materials and methods. The study included 100 patients with uncomplicated essential hypertension of I — II stage, 1 — 3 degrees, aged 35 — 70 years, with blood pressure (BP) ≥ 160/100 mmHg in patients who had not previously been treated or BP ≥ 140/90 mmHg in those who had had antihypertensive treatment, and heart rate of 60 — 100 beats/min. MS was diagnosed in 40 % of them. The diagnosis of MS was based on the guidelines of the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) Adult Treatment Panel III (ATP III). All patients underwent general clinical and laboratory examinations, 24hours ambulatory BP monitoring and echocardiography. Brachial BP was measured followed by determination of arterial stiffness and parameters of central hemodynamics with the use of SphygmoCor system (AtCor Medical, Australia).
Results and discussion. Patients in groups with and without MS were comparable in blood pressure according to the results of 24hours ambulatory BP monitoring and in parameters of echocardiography and central and brachial systolic (SBP), diastolic (DBP), pulse pressure (PP) and mean BP (p > 0.05). However difference between the brachial and central SBP (ΔSBP = 15.2 ± 5.7 vs 12.2 ± 5.7 mm Hg), difference between the brachial and central PP (ΔPP = 16.6 ± 6.0 vs 13.5 ± 5.7 mm Hg) and PP amplification (A = (141.0 ± 16.6) to (132.1 ± 17.5 %, respectively) were higher, and augmentation index (AIx) and augmentation pressure (AP) ((19.0 ± 12.8) and (25.5 ± 13.8) % vs (8.2 ± 6.3) and (12.1 ± 8.0) mm Hg, respectively) were lower in patients with MS (all p < 0.05). AIx75 ((19.1 ± 8.5) vs (24.3 ± 10.9) mm Hg; p > 0.05) did not significantly differ between the groups. Carotid-radial pulse wave velocity (PWV) was not significantly different in the two groups, but patients with MS in contrast to patients without MS had higher carotid-femoral PWV ((9.0 ± 1.5) vs (7.9 ± 1.6) m/s; p < 0.05). A comparative analysis of parameters of central hemodynamics in patients with hypertension with or without MS depending on gender found that women had lower ΔSBP, ΔPP, PPA and higher AIx, AIx75, AP. Moreover, in women with MS, the carotid-femoral PWV was statistically significantly different from that in patients without MS.
Conclusions. In patients with hypertension and metabolic syndrome in contrast to hypertensive patients without MS matched by age, the difference between brachial and central SBP and PP, as also carotid-femoral PWV were higher, while augmentation index and augmentation pressure were lower, central and brachial SBP, DBP, mean BP and PP were comparable. Among age-matched hypertensive patients with or without MS, female gender is associated with a smaller difference between brachial and central SBP and PP, PPA, higher AIx, AIx75, AP. In women with MS, the carotid-femoral PWV statistically significantly differs from that in women without MS.

Keywords: arterial stiffness, metabolic syndrome, arterial hypertension, gender features.

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12. Original researches

 

Comparative study of electrical activity of heart (according to ECG) in adult and aging rats (UKR)

K. V. Tarasova, A. M. Dmytrenko, T. S. Lagodych, I. M. Karvatsky

O. O. Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv

The aim —  to study the age-related changes of ECG findings in rats.
Materials and methods. ECG was registered in male Wistar rats, 8 and 24 months of age, under anesthesia; the amplitude and direction of the waves, the duration of the waves and intervals, and the stroke volume index were calculated.
Results and discussion. A number of differences between the ECG of rats and humans were revealed, namely: presence of a notch on the downward knee of the R wave on the ECG for both adult and old rats in 100 % of cases, absence of pronounced ST segments, a direct transition of the T wave into the R wave or its duration is 0.0 — 0.05 sec. A common feature of the human and rat ECG is the direction of the waves and the amplitude of most of them. The following age-specific features of the ECG of rats were revealed: in adult rats, the duration of the QT interval is 0.08 ± 0.00 sec, in aging rats, it is 0.10 ± 0.01 sec. In adult rats, the heart rate is 368.22 ± 6.39 beats per minute, and in old rats, it is 354.25 ± 17.56 beats per minute. The amplitude of the QRS complex is 21.86 ± 0.75 mm in adult rats and 14.88 ± 1.33 mm in aging rats, the amplitude of the T wave is 2.75 ± 0.07 and 2.02 ± 0.06 mm, and the systolic index is 0.49 ± 0.01 and 0.55 ± 0.02 sec, respectively (all < 0.05) for adult and aging rats.
Conclusions. The ECG of old rats differs from the ECG of adults by a smaller heart rate, longer duration of RR, QT intervals, smaller total QRS tooth amplitude and a larger systolic index, as also by the presence of cardiac rhythm disturbances at the beginning of ECG recording

Keywords: ECG waves and intervals, stroke volume index, aging rats.

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13. CLINICAL CASE

 

Takotsubo syndrome. Clinical experience and literature review (RUS)

Ya. M. Lutai, . . Parkhomenko, O. I. Irkin, S. P. Kushnir

S «National Scientific Centre „M. D. Strazhesko Institute of Cardiology“ of NAMS of Ukraine», Kyiv

Takotsubo syndrome (TS) or Takotsubo cardiomyopathy is an emergency that simulates acute coronary syndrome by clinical symptoms and is often characterized by the development of acute heart failure resulting from reversible violations of contractility of the heart. The causes of TS are not known at present. Among the possible mechanisms of left ventricle contractility disorders are multiple coronary vasospasm, microcirculatory dysfunction and acute catecholaminergic myocardial stunning. Catecholamines appear to have a central role in the pathophysiology of TS, as the trigger is often a sudden, unexpected stress. TS occurs predominantly in post-menopausal women (80 — 90 %). The average age of patients according to various studies is 65 — 68 years. It is believed that TS occurs in approximately in 1 — 2 % of patients with acute coronary syndrome. However, the diagnosis of TS in Ukraine is very rare. This is due to the insufficient knowledge about this disease and to the necessity of using modern methods of cardiovisualization to exclude acute myocardial infarction and to confirm TS in these patients, which, unfortunately, are not always available. The article describes the personal clinical experience in managing patients with Takotsubo syndrome and presents a literature review on this issue.

Keywords: Takotsubo syndrome, Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, clinical case.

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14. Reviews

 

Surgical treatment of diabetic foot syndrome (UKR)

S. M. Genyk

Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University

One of the most serious complications of diabetes is damage to the vessels and nerves of the lower limbs with the development of the syndrome of the diabetic foot (SDS). Symptoms of ischemia due to neuropathy are often atypical and uncertain, leading to untimely diagnosis. Ulcerative lesions due to neuropathy, infection and damage to the distal arterial peripheral channel often lead to amputation of the lower limb. Significant number of amputations with SDS, complicated by purulent necrotic process, is performed in general surgical departments of hospitals without an attempt of reconstructive vascular surgeries. Therefore, in such patients it is very important to investigate the function of peripheral vessels. The use of revascularization techniques in patients with SDS, complicated by a purulent necrotic process, can save limb or reduce the level of amputation. Performing surgical interventions on the foot or determining the level of amputation is advisable only after a preliminary reconstructive vascular surgery that makes it possible to eliminate ischemia of the lower limbs. Conservative therapy of ischemia in patients with SDS is ineffective and has temporary effect.

Keywords: diabetic foot syndrome, ischemia, amputation, reconstructions.

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