The role of oxidative stress in essential arterial hypertension (eah) patients
- At: 2010 FIP Congress in Lisbon (Portugal)
- Type: Poster
- By: STEFANOVIC, Nikola (Department of pharmacy, Medical Faculty, Nis, Yugoslavia)
- Co-author(s): Cvetkovic, Tatjana (Institute of Biochemistry. Medical Faculty, NIS, Serbia)
Velickovic-Radovanovic, Radmila (Department of pharmacy, Medical Faculty, NIS, Serbia)
Radenkovic, Sonja (Clinic of nephrology, Clinical centre, NIS, Serbia)
Stojanovic, Ana (Medical faculty, NIS, Serbia)
Kocic, Gordana (Institute of Biochemistry. Medical Faculty, NIS, Serbia)
Reactive oxygen species (ROS), by regulating vascular cell function, can play a central role in normal vascular physiology, and can contribute substantially to the development of vascular disease. Impairment of endothelial function during hypertension is associated with increased oxidative stress and reduced antioxidant.
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