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  • 1 Debreceni Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Anyagcsere Betegségek Tanszék, Belgyógyászati Intézet, Debrecen, Nagyerdei krt. 98., 4032
  • | 2 Debreceni Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Orvosi Klinikai Farmakológiai Tanszék, Debrecen
  • | 3 Debreceni Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Sportorvosi Tanszék, Debrecen
  • | 4 East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey, United Kingdom
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Összefoglaló. A cardiovascularis megbetegedések kialakulását és progresszióját jelentősen befolyásolja az életmód, ezen belül a fizikai aktivitás. A rendszeres testmozgás csökkenti a szív- és érrendszeri kórképek kockázatát, többek között a magas vérnyomásra, a zsíranyagcsere-eltérésekre és az elhízásra gyakorolt kedvező hatásán keresztül, továbbá független tényező a cardiovascularis halálozás szempontjából is. Az artériás érfali merevség az elasztikus artériák falát alkotó extracelluláris mátrix degeneratív eltéréseinek következtében alakul ki a különböző kockázati tényezők hatására. Korábban, különböző populációkon már igazolták az érfali merevség prediktív értékét a cardiovascularis események kialakulásának tekintetében. A pulzushullám-terjedési sebesség mérése a leggyakrabban alkalmazott módszer az érfali merevség meghatározására. A pulzushullám-terjedési sebesség mérésének hasznát a cardiovascularis kimenetel és élettartam becslésében számos populációs szintű követéses vizsgálat igazolja. Jelen munkánkban áttekintjük a rendszeres fizikai aktivitás, az érfali merevség, az érelmeszesedés és a cardiovascularis események közötti összefüggéseket. Összefoglaljuk az edzésnek és az érfali merevség paramétereinek kapcsolatát egészséges populáción vizsgáló legfontosabb tanulmányok eredményeit. Megállapítjuk, hogy az érfali merevség figyelemre méltó, érdekes biomarker a cardiovascularis kockázat becslése során a rendszeresen sportoló személyek esetén is. Mindezek alapján, tekintve annak prognosztikai hasznát, felmerül a pulzushullám-terjedési sebesség mérésének beillesztése a klinikai döntéshozatali folyamatba mind amatőr, mind professzionális sportolók esetében. Orv Hetil. 2021; 162(16): 615–622.

Summary. The development and progression of cardiovascular disorders is importantly dependent on lifestyle factors, including physical activity. Regular physical activity decreases cardiovascular morbidity by ameliorating risk factors such as hypertension, dyslipidemia and obesity, moreover, also independently affects cardiovascular mortality. Arterial stiffness results from a degenerative process affecting mainly the extracellular matrix of elastic arteries under the effect of risk factors. Previously, the independent predictive value of arterial stiffness for cardiovascular events has been demonstrated in various populations. Pulse wave velocity is the most commonly used method for the assessment of arterial stiffness. The value of measuring pulse wave velocity to predict cardiovascular health outcomes and longevity has been established in several population-based longitudinal studies. In this review, we summarize the main associations between regular physical exercise, arterial stiffness, atherosclerotic burden and incident cardiovascular events. We cite findings from the major studies focusing on the effect of training on arterial stiffness parameters in healthy subjects. We conclude that arterial stiffness is emerging as an interesting biomarker for cardiovascular risk stratification in subjects doing regular physical activity. Therefore, the incorporation of pulse wave velocity measurement into clinical decision-making could be indicated in the case of both amateur and professional athletes, given the prognostic information it provides. Orv Hetil. 2021; 162(16): 615–622.

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