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Heart injury induced by chemotherapy in oncology diseases

Feyskhanova L. I., Malov A. A., Kharisova E. Kh.
State Budgetary Educational Institution, “Kazan State Medical University” of the RF Ministry of Health Care, Butlerova 49, Kazan 420012

Keywords: drug-induced cardiomyopathy, cardiotoxicity, chemotherapy

DOI: 10.18087/rhfj.2015.5.2109

This review focuses on development of heart damage in patients receiving chemotherapy for an oncologic disease. Authors discussed different forms and manifestations of cardiotoxicity with relation to the administered therapy. Attention was paid to major pathogenetic mechanisms. Early diagnosis of subclinical cardiopathy is important. Blood biomarkers, EchoCG, magnetic resonance imaging, and radioisotope analysis are used for this purpose. The treatment has a pathogenetic nature related with development of HF. Methods influencing oxidative stress and non-traditional medicines are also discussed.
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