Heart Rate Variability: for real doctors. Regulation in the disease. Probabilistic nature of diagnostic findings

Yabluchansky N.I., Martynenko A.V.

Heart rate variability: for real doctors. Translation from the Russian version of the book, published at Kharkiv, 2010, 131 p.
The basics and practice of the clinical use of the technology of heart rate variability are outlined for doctors of all specialties and students of medical faculties of universities.

9. Regulation in the disease

Probabilistic nature of diagnostic findings

Medicine, clinical diagnosis, above all, is probabilistic in nature.
HRV technology provides a quantitative assessment of the status of regulatory systems.
In medical practice, however, it is customary to operate with fuzzy sets.
In assessing the patient’s state of health, in our case of regulation, it is natural to use such terms as, little, moderately, strongly, excessively, etc.
Regulation, like other functions, is subject to short- and long-term
changes.
The found parameters of HRV estimate it at the time of the study with a combination of limiting conditions.
That is why quantitative results in their interpretations and subsequent use should describe in terms of fuzzy sets.

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