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Authors:  O. N. Ragozin, E. Yu. Shalamova, I. V. Radysh, and A. N. Kosarev
Abstract:
In patients at the first stage of alcohol withdrawal syndrome, the circadian rhythm of systolic and diastolic blood pressure may disappear, and ultradian rhythms may be formed. Long-term alcohol intake causes disorganization of the circadian structure of hemodynamics. Physiological processes in a living organism are subject to biological rhythms [2]. Negative endogenous and exogenous factors can lead to the development of desynchronosis. There is information about chronobiological shifts under the influence of alcohol intake [3]. This study aims to find out the effects of alcohol intake withdrawal in relation to circadian function. 


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Wavelet Analysis in Detecting Desynchronization of Hemodynamic Parameters (pp. 227-228)