Heart Rate Variability: for real doctors

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.

1. What is Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and why is it a window into human regulatory systems?
  Organizing non-cardiac regulatory systems
  The interface of regulatory systems with the heart
  Speaking of the Variability of the Heart Rhythm, we mean the Variability of the Ventricular Rhythm
  Reliability of regulation
  Regulation and the world
  What else is worth staying on?
2. Methods
 HRV methods and indices
       Methods and indicators of the HRV of the time domain (Time Domain Methods)
       Geometrical methods 
       Frequency Domain Methods
       Autocorrelation analysis of HRV
       Methods for nonlinear (chaotic) analysis of HRV,
       methods for spectral analysis of independent components (SAIC) of HRV,
       methods of mathematical modeling
       Possibilities of using HRV technology in atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter
       Hardware and software requirements
       The main thing
3. Limitations on the application of technology HRV
    The main thing
4. Interpretation of indicators of HRV
  Time domain indicators
  Frequency domain indicators
  What generates and reflects HRV
   The main thing
5. Stability and reproducibility of results
   The main thing
6. Basic requirements for research protocols
     Primary requirements
     Short records
    Protocols of short records
    Tests with metronomic breath
  Active orthostatic test
Passive orthostatic test
  Manual dynamometry
  Valsalva maneuver and related tests
  Pharmacological tests
  Mental tests
  Long records
  Protocol example: active orthostatic test
 The main thing
7. Formalized conclusion
  Model of the conclusion
  The main thing
8. Regulation in human health
   Active tilt test
   Modulated Breath Test
   Gender differences
  Body weight
  Heart rate and TP of HRV
  Daily fluctuations in HRV
  Stress test
  Manual dynamometry
  Frequency, depth, and rhythm of breathing
  Mental stress
  “Vagal intervention”
  Beta-adrenergic blockade
  Cold tests
  Occupational stress
  Physical culture and sport
  Up to breathing according to Yabluchansky
  Acute pharmacological test
  The main thing
9. Regulation in disease
  Diagnostics and Prediction States
  Regulation and Disease
  The total power of regulation and disease
  Accents on low Total Power of HRV
  The balance of regulation
  The physiologity of regulation reactions
  Probabilistic nature of diagnostic findings
  Some pathological conditions
    Orthostatic arterial hypotension
   Chronic forms of IHD
   Acute myocardial infarction
  Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  Heart failure
  Heart transplantation

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