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    G. V. Nevoit, A. S. Korpan, O. E. Кіtura, T. V. Nastroga, N. L. Sokolyuk, N. A. Lyulka, М. М. Potiazhenko


    About the author: G. V. Nevoit, A. S. Korpan, O. E. Кіtura, T. V. Nastroga, N. L. Sokolyuk, N. A. Lyulka, М. М. Potiazhenko
    Type of article Scentific article
    Annotation 78 polymorbid patients with essential hypertension and 85 functionally healthy respondents were obtained by the method of electro-photonic emission analysis. Patients with essential hypertension had significant differences in all physical and mathematical parameters of electro-photonic emission analysis compared to functionally healthy young respondents, which testifies to a different course of metabolic processes in them. The electro-photonic emission analysis method is a modern, high-tech, accessible, valid instrumental method for assessing ultra-weak photon emission and indirect research of mitochondrial function, which can provide an opportunity to objectively assess the course of energy processes at the tissue level of metabolism, determine the level of stress, the parameters of the balance of the body's functioning. The electro-photonic emission analysis method can be recommended as promising for use in scientific research and in clinical practice during the objective examination of patients.
    Tags noncommunicable diseases,objective structured clinical examination,mitochondrial dysfunction,electro-photonic emission analysis,ultra-weak photon emission,essential hypertension
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №1(83), 2023 year, 138-143 pages, index UDK 616.12-008.331.1:616.9-071
    DOI 10.26724/2079-8334-2023-1-83-138-143