Analysis of physical activities integrated with drugs in the cardiac and vascular changes
Keywords:Physical activity, Cardiac, Vascular, Availability, Drug supply
Exercise is an effective, low-risk treatment strategy for people with high blood pressure. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effect of cardiac environmental function training on body composition and blood pressure response in patients with hypertension. One of the main indicators of the quality of medical care provided is the availability of effective, safe and high-quality medicines (MP) beside the medical movements for the population. In the course of the study, the analysis of medical movements and drugs for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) included in the list of vital and essential drugs (VED) was carried out. The identification of aspects in the analysis of the most important movements and drugs for the treatment of CVD and the proposal of relevant recommendations is of high practical importance for improving the quality of drug supply to the population. Considering the precautionary aspects of resistance training with the cardiac peripheral function system for people with hypertension can be used to increase strength, body composition and also the treatment of hypertension along with available cardiac drugs.
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