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Руководство Европейского Общества по Гипертонии по контролю артериального давления в домашних условиях: итоговый отчет Конференции Второго Международного Консенсуса по контролю артериального давления в домашних условиях

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Настоящий документ содержит сведения о доступных в настоящее время данных, а также рекомендации по использованию метода контроля артериального давления в домашних условиях в клинической и научно-исследовательской практике. Данное руководство основано на рекомендациях 2000 года и содержит ряд дополнений. В нем рассматриваются способы контроля артериального давления в домашних условиях, их диагностические и терапевтические возможности, применение в клинической практике, в частности, в отдельных популяциях, а также использование в научных исследованиях. В последнем разделе рассмотрены проблемы, связанные с внедрением данных рекомендаций в клиническую практику.

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