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Description: Covid-19 disease has rapidly developed into a pandemic in all countries of the world, and millions of people on Earth have been infected with this disease. Naturally, such a process forces many researchers and scientists to comprehensively and in-depth study this disease. The pandemic of the new coronavirus infection COVID-19 (Corona VIrus Disease 2019) has become a serious challenge to humanity. This analysis will not only more accurately determine the nature of the development of arterial hypertension, but will also help to identify the impact of 2019-nCoV infection on arterial hypertension (AH). Objective: the clinical features of the progression of hypertension with the risk of cardiovascular complications in patients with Covid-19 The object of the study was 221 patients, who received treatment in a COVID specialized center. Conclusions: Thus, we can say that in our patients, both in the main and in the comparative groups, there was a decrease in blood pressure relative to the normal level, and it was found that this condition is associated with damage to the lower respiratory tract and, at the same time, an even more severe course of Covid-19 disease.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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