Review Article
Volume 7 Issue 8 - 2020
Information on the Single Mechanism of Many CVDs Requires Top-Level Review
Ermoshkin Vladimir Ivanovich*
Physicist, Russian New University (RosNOU), Moscow, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Ermoshkin Vladimir Ivanovich, Physicist, Russian New University (RosNOU), Moscow, Russia.
Received: June 11, 2020; Published: July 29, 2020


Purpose: 9 years have passed since the New Theory of CVD began to be created. Published in English and Russian about 40 articles on this topic. But there are no decisions yet on accepting this theory for consideration or on reasoned criticism of the New Theory. Let's look at this issue again.

Method: Exploring the many sources of information posted on the Internet. Discussion of proposed ideas at conferences, publication of original articles in Russian and English-language medical journals.

Results: First, we give a few brief established medical definitions of individual diseases of the cardiovascular system (CVS).

  1. By vegetovascular dystonia (VVD) or by “somatoform autonomic dysfunction of the nervous system” we understand pathology arising from a malfunction of the regulatory activity of the autonomic nervous system and manifested by various syndromes of dysfunction of the internal organs and systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive and others). The prevalence of VVD is 25 - 40%, mainly among adolescents and young adults.
  2. A paroxysmal tachycardia is an attack of an increase in the correct rhythm (usually 130 - 200 per minute) with a sudden start and end under the influence of pulses originating outside the sinus node. There are atrial forms (80% of all paroxysmal tachycardia), antrioventricular and ventricular. Paroxysmal tachycardia often occurs with various diseases of the heart and blood vessels, but at a young age it can also have a functional character.
  3. Heart failure (HF) is an acute or chronic condition caused by a weakening of the myocardial contractility and congestion in the small (SCBC) or large circle of blood circulation (LCBC). It manifests itself as shortness of breath at rest or with a slight load, fatigue, edema, cyanosis. HF leads to the development of organ hypoxia. HF is one of the most common causes of human death. Increasingly, heart failure occurs in young and middle-aged people.
  4. Violations of the outflow of venous blood from the brain and morning headaches. From the point of view of medicine, there are many reasons. These ailments can be both young and old.

Keywords: Cardiovascular System (CVS); Vegetovascular Dystonia (VVD); Heart Failure (HF)


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Citation: Ermoshkin Vladimir Ivanovich. “Information on the Single Mechanism of Many CVDs Requires Top-Level Review”. EC Cardiology 7.8 (2020): 49-53.

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