The aim hereof is a comprehensive study of the mental, adaptive and hormonal status in patients with lung cancer with varying prevalence of the malignant process. The obtained results are compared with data on the psychosomatic state and subclinical disorders in the thyroid system in patients with cardiovascular diseases.
The article discusses the promising possibilities of using the method of volumetric compression oscillometry in clinical practice, which allows to simultaneously determining 20 indicators of central hemodynamics. A comparative analysis with other research methods is presented herein, and the advantages of the presented method in the diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases are shown. The problematic issues in using this method and ways to solve them are considered herein.