Polymorbidity and its severity in elderly of hypertensive patients
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Keywords

level and severity of polymorbidity, hypertension, stroke, old age and senile age.

How to Cite

Yena, L., Kuznetsov, V., Hhristoforova, G., Garvaenko, O., Artemenko, B., & AкhslsdzeM. (2020). Polymorbidity and its severity in elderly of hypertensive patients. The Journal of Neuroscience, 8(1-2), 25-29. Retrieved from https://neuroscience.com.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/226

Abstract

The article deals with level and severity of polymorbidity in elderly hypertensives. Charlson Comorbidity Indexes, CIRS-G scoring, Lee index and derivatived prognoctic score were calculated in 250 patients with uncomplicated essential hypertension and hypertensive poststroke patients aged 60-89 yrs. The commonality and differences in diseases structure between the surveyed groups, ambiguous estimation in the polimorbidity severity were established. In contrast to simple sum of disease/syndromes the calculated indices made it possible to establish a higher severity of polymorbidity in patients with stroke. The 4-year Lee mortality prognose model, which includes the functional status and smoking factor, showed the most differences in the severity of polymorbidity between hypertensive patients depending on the stroke in anamnesis, and allowed to detect gender differences.

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