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
Approach at heart rhythm disorder
Atrial fibrillation and flutter. Positive HR frequency-adaptive reactions occur in a significant proportion of patients with persistent and permanent AF.
In the case of a positive orthostatic reaction, the overall power of the spectrum of HRV is significantly higher than with an adverse reaction.
With an increase in the severity of arterial hypertension from mild to severe, the frequency of positive frequency-adaptive reactions is reduced by 25%.
When moving from II FC to III FC of stable angina, the frequency of positive frequency-adaptive reactions decreases by only 3%.
With the worsening of heart failure to FC III, the frequency of positive frequency-adaptive reactions is reduced by 30%.