A Isakadze

Tbilisi State Medical University, Tbilsi, T'bilisi, Georgia

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  • A Isakadze, N Burkadze, M Noniashvili
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    ABSTRACT: Multifactorial prophylaxis carried out for 5 years among men aged 40 to 59 years brought about a significant decrease in the total death rate (by 22,2%), mainly because of the lowering of the death rate due to cardiovascular diseases (by 41,3%), determined by a reduction of these indicators among persons who initially had coronary heart disease. The data indicate that in order to reach a positive effect, the primary care should be exercised for a longer time. At the same time, the prophylactic measures are to be multifactorial and include not only correction of risk factors but also the screening and treatment of patients suffering from coronary heart disease.
    Georgian medical news 11/2011; 11(200):60-3.
  • A Isakadze, N Burkadze, M Noniashvili
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    ABSTRACT: The prognostic value of some risk factors in emergence of ishemic heart disease and insult were analyzed. 1500 healthy men from 40 to 59 years old were under investigation. Reinvestigation of 71% responses was conducted after 10 years. The prognostic role of different risk factors of ishemic heart disease was revealed. Multifactorial prophylaxis carried out for 5 years among men aged 40 to 59 years brought about a significant decrease in the total death rate (by 22,2%), Mainly because of the lowering of the death rate due to cardiovascular diseases (by 41,3%), determined by a reduction of these indicators among persons who initially had coronary heart disease. The data indicate that in order to reach a positive effect, the primary care should be exercised for a longer time. At the same time, the prophylactic measures are to be multifactorial and include not only correction of risk factors but also the screening and treatment of patients suffering from coronary heart disease.
    Georgian medical news 11/2011; 11(200):56-9.