Use of information technologies for definition of an arterial hypertension degree according to data of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring.

G. V. Dzyak, T. V. Kolesnyk


         In article are presented results of using of information technology of automated data processing of blood pressure daily monitoring for definition of an arterial hypertension degree and the comparative analysis of features of the BP daily structure at patients with a different degree and forms of an arterial hypertension. The offered information technology allows on qualitative other level quantitatively to estimate a range of daily fluctuations of systolic and diastolic BP, with a high degree of reliability to classify patients into degrees of an arterial hypertension and to allocate isolated systolic arterial hypertension according to daily monitoring.

Keywords: arterial hypertension, ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, information technology.