High-Frequency and Circadian Rhythms as the Predictors of Terminal States (pp. 229-231)
Authors: A. E. Severin, V. I. Torshin, M. V. Petrova, E. V. Shalimova, E. A. Severina, and P. Pradhan
Abstract: The stability of biological rhythms is one of the indicators of health and a high level of functional reserves of the human body [1, 2]. This is true for both medium and low frequency rhythms and high frequency rhythms. The changing nature of biological rhythms and the desynchronization is an unfavorable sign that indicates stress, presence or formation of the pathological process. This applies to both circadian rhythms and high-frequency rhythms of cardiac activity, which can be monitored by heart rate variability [3, 4]. The purpose of our research was to determine the indicators of heart rate variability and circadian rhythm in persons who recovered and died from acute repeated myocardial infarction and acute cerebrovascular accident.
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