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Vol. 1(1), December 2012

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  Global Advanced Research Journal of Safety, Health and Physical Science

December 2012 Vol. 1(1), pp 001-006

Copyright © 2012 Global Advanced Research Journals

 

 

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New reason for and the mechanisms of cardiac electrical instability. New reason hypertension.

 

Rustam G. Habchabov

 

Dagestan state medical academy, Russia 1, st. Lenina, Makhachkala city, 367000

E-mail: rustam033@gmail.com

 

Accepted 30 October, 2012

 

Abstract

 

The reason for development of life-threatening arrhythmias leading to sudden and total death provoked by cardiac diseases is still unclear, even though cardiologic research in this regard is being carried all over the word. A damaging of the connective insulation cover of the conductive heart path accompanied by ectopic nodes oxidation may result in life-threatening arrhythmias. Such reason for it as the cardiac electrical instability hasn’t been examined by anyone before. Speed ​​of delivery of electricity from the heart to the nervous system and spread it throughout the body remains undervalued. Speed ​​of delivery of electricity from the heart to the nervous system and spread it throughout the body remains undervalued. The slowdown of the magnetic induction (acceleration) of electricity from the heart to the central nervous system and its spread, resulting in a lack of speed and reduce electricity bioelectric processes of the body. This leads to activation of sympathic nervous system, followed by a cascade of pressor mechanisms and the development of essential hypertension.

 

Keywords: electric instability of heart; paroxysmal tachycardia; trembling; fibrillation; defibrillation; hypertension; nervous system; syndrome WPW-CLC.