The aim of our
study was an anthropophysiological justification for the hemodynamic
basis of the pressor (hyperresistive) installation in the circulatory
state of the cardio-vascular system (CVS).
Materials and methods. For the analysis, prefabricated materials were used according to agespecific blood pressure standards (BP), supplemented with their calculated data on the yearly increase in blood pressure values and were combined with the stages of postnatal adaptation of the CVS for the gravitational factor of the blood circulation. Based on the clinical observational study, an anthropophysiological diagnosis of the circulatory state of the CVS with a systemic assessment of the arterial impedance were carried out for the main circulatory blocks of the blood circulation (head, lungs, abdomen, pelvis, thigh, shin).
Results. It was shown that with a permanent increase in blood pressure during postnatal ontogenesis, its highest increments were noted at the initial stages of the formation of the upright. This dynamic was based on a system pressor set in the regulation of the circulatory state of the CVS, which manifested itself, especially when standing, in the prevalence of hyperresistive syndromes of arterial vessels. The most pronounced throughout postnatal ontogenesis, hyperresistant syndromes in the standing position were manifested in the pelvis and lower limbs regions. Conclusions. Anthropophysiological approach, including syndromic analysis, were allowed early diagnosis of circulatory conditions that underlie circulatory failure.