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Authors:  I.A. Pogonysheva and D.A. Pogonyshev
Abstract:
Chronobiologists pay significant attention in studying cardiac activity rhythms. The circulatory system has quite clear circadian organization [1]. Borisenkov [2] showed that individuals belonging to the evening chronotype have the circadian system which is more sensitive to uncomfortable conditions in the northern territories. This study aims to find out the cardiovascular rhythms in adverse environment via electrocardiographic (ECG) dispersion mapping. 


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Seasonal Changes in Electrocardiogram Dispersion Mapping Indicators for People Beloning to Different Chronotypes (pp. 181-183)