September 2009
Problemy Terapii Monitorowanej;sep2009, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p199
Academic Journal
Civilization diseases -- these are diseases connected with ill effects of the life in conditions of the high developed civilization (stressful situations, low activity, the influence the pollution of the environment and the noise, irrational diet). In that group of diseases are: cancers, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, asthma and the obesity. Disorders of haemostasis can turn up at these diseases before their development, to accompany already unfolding illness, increasing its course or can be complicating therapy. In order to apply the appropriate therapy important is getting knowledge about the kind of disorders of haemostasis and mechanisms of their development.


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