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Randomized Controlled Trial
. 2008;62(5-6):289-93.

[The Influence of Sequential Hormonal Therapy on Biochemical and Cardiovascular Indices in Menopause]

[Article in Bosnian]
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Randomized Controlled Trial

[The Influence of Sequential Hormonal Therapy on Biochemical and Cardiovascular Indices in Menopause]

[Article in Bosnian]
Semso Rosić et al. Med Arh. .

Abstract

This study follows 94 patients, age 45 to 60, by controlled, random and prospective studies in time period of six months. Out of total number of patients, 53 were divided into research group and treated with hormonal therapy (2 mg of estradiol and 0,5 mg of norgestrel), 41 patients were divided into control group and treated with refemin (Cimicifuga recemosa). Results were statistically processed using Student test and ANOVA, giving us following results: use of HNL resulted with statistically significant changes--increase of heart frequency (*p<0,01), QTc-intervals (**p=0,01), increase of systolic pressure (**p=0,01), increase of diastolic pressure (**p=0,01), increase of body mass index (**p=0,01), endometrial thickness decrease (**p=0,01); use of Cimicifuge recemose resulted with statistically significant changes--increase of diastolic pressure(*p=0,01), increase of body mass index (BMI) (*p=0,01) and endometrial thickness decrease (*p=0,05). By testing research and controlled group with ANOVA test, we have determined that there is statistical difference in operating between recovered hormone therapy and Cimicifuge recemose within parameters of hearth frequency and diastolic pressure.

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