The Systemic Hypertension is a quarterly peer reviewed, open access journal published since 2014.
The Journal is included in the list of recommended titles by Russian Higher Attestation Committed and is indexed by RSCI on Web of Science.
This an official publication of the Russian Society of Hypertension (member of European Society of Hypertension, a sister society of the International Society of Hypertension).
The Journal is aimed to serve the cardiologists, neurologists, nephrologists, endocrinologists, and other healthcare professionals who deal with hypertension by providing key clinical information and practical recommendations for various aspects in the field of hypertension and related cardiovascular diseases. It delivers up-to-date and authoritative coverage of ongoing research and clinical practice relevant to healthcare specialists in CIS and other countries.
The Journal is founded and published by ZAO Medicinskie izdaniya, professional medical publisher with extensive portfolio of peer-reviewed journal (4 of which are index in RSCI on Web of Science).
Please see more details on journal sections, types of articles and other information in the relevant sections of this web-site (e.g. Aims & Scope).
ISSN (print): 2075-082X
ISSN (online): 2542-2189
Current Issue: Vol 16, №4 (2019)
|Consensus on patients with hyperuricemia and high cardiovascular risk treatment|
|The nature of the course of arterial hypertension in case of low-karenin hyperaldosteronism|
|Long-term outcomes after percutaneous transluminal pulmonary angioplasty for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension|
|Uncontrolled arterial hypertension in patients with breast cancer and the risk of developing cardiotoxicity with anthracycline-containing chemotherapy|
|Risk factors for falls in patients with hypertension|
|Target blood pressure levels in patients with hypertension and senile asthenia syndrome|
|Heart rate variability in women suffering from hypertension under the influence of regular moderate physical activity|
|Radiofrequency renal artery denervation in patients with resistant arterial hypertension: a three-year observation experience|
|New approaches to the analysis of daily variability of sinus rhythm in assessing the antihypertensive effect of various drugs|
|Vascular wall status and its link with perivascular adipose tissue and other fat depots in young patients with abdominal obesity|
|Role of fixed combinations in modern treatment of arterial hypertension: new or well overlooked old?|