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ПОТРЕБЛЕНИЕ СОЛИ, АРТЕРИАЛЬНАЯ ГИПЕРТЕНЗИЯ И РИСК РАЗВИТИЯ СЕРДЕЧНО-СОСУДИСТЫХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЙ. ЧАСТЬ II

https://doi.org/10.15829/1560-4071-2011-5-32

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Статья посвящена проблеме снижения потребления поваренной соли и снижению риска развития сердечно-сосудистых заболеваний. Представлен анализ мировых, рандомизированных, многоцентровых, проспективных клинических исследований, выполненных во второй половине ХХ – начале ХХI веков. Показано, что уменьшение потребления соли приводит к снижению уровней артериального давления как у здоровых, так и у больных артериальной гипертензией, снижению риска сердечно-сосудистых заболеваний, риска как общей, так и кардиальной смертности. Риск возможных неблагоприятных последствий преувеличен и не может быть причиной отказа от стратегического подхода в снижении потребления соли. Представлены научно-обоснованные рекомендованные уровни потребления соли.

 

 

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Н. Г. Потешкина
ГОУ ВПО Российский государственный медицинский университет Федерального агентства по здравоох-ранению и социальному развитию Росздрава, кафедра общей терапии ФУВ, Москва
Россия

д. м.н., профессор, зав. кафедрой общей терапии



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Потешкина Н.Г. ПОТРЕБЛЕНИЕ СОЛИ, АРТЕРИАЛЬНАЯ ГИПЕРТЕНЗИЯ И РИСК РАЗВИТИЯ СЕРДЕЧНО-СОСУДИСТЫХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЙ. ЧАСТЬ II. Российский кардиологический журнал. 2011;(5):93-102. https://doi.org/10.15829/1560-4071-2011-5-32

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Poteshkina N.G. SALT INTAKE, ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION, AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK. PART II. Russian Journal of Cardiology. 2011;(5):93-102. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15829/1560-4071-2011-5-32

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