Review Article
Volume 7 Issue 9 - 2020
The Mechanism of Atherosclerosis and Pathological Spasms of Human Arteries
Ermoshkin Vladimir Ivanovich*
Physicist, Russian New University (RosNOU), Moscow, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Ermoshkin Vladimir Ivanovich, Physicist, Russian New University (RosNOU), Moscow, Russia.
Received: July 02, 2020; Published: August 20, 2020




Abstract

Purpose: 9 years have passed since the New Theory of CVD began to be created. Published in English and Russian about 40 articles on this topic. The reaction of the leaders of Russian medicine has so far been zero. The New Theory develops on its own. The author of the Theory believes that it is time to make some generalizations and discuss the cause of the as yet unknown but deadly mechanism of “causeless” spasms of human arteries, including atherosclerosis of the arteries of the brain and coronary arteries.

Method: Study of numerous sources of information posted on the Internet. Discussion of proposed ideas at conferences, publication of original articles in Russian and English-language medical journals. To study the phenomenon of "blood pressure surges" we used the "Cardiocode" device, a Russian computer hemodynamic analyzer.

Results: Cardiovascular diseases are still the leading cause of death in humans. The main reason is atherosclerosis and associated complications (strokes, heart attacks). Atherothrombosis is often the cause of strokes and heart attacks. It is believed that in half of cases of heart or brain ischemia is not associated with the formation of a thrombus, it is associated with a lack of local blood circulation. This article discusses the causes and the main mechanism of local blood circulation disorders in the arterial bed.

First, we describe the point of view of official medicine on "causeless" arterial spasms.

Keywords: Atherosclerosis; Spasms; Cardiovascular Diseases

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Citation: Ermoshkin Vladimir Ivanovich. “The Mechanism of Atherosclerosis and Pathological Spasms of Human Arteries”. EC Cardiology 7.9 (2020): 69-74.

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