The role of L-arginine in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases: the focus is on the choice of effective dose

L-arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid that was first isolated in 1886 by E. Schulze and E. Steiger, and its structure was established by E. Schulze and E. Winterstei in 1897 [1]. L-arginine is used several times ways for the synthesis of protein and low molecular weight bioactive substances (eg, nitric oxide – NO, ornithine, proline, creatine and polyamines), which are of great physiological importance. In addition, arginine regulates cell signaling pathways and gene expression to improve cardiovascular function, increase insulin sensitivity [2], increasing muscle mass and reducing obesity in humans.

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Astenic syndrome in a post-covid-19 patient (review and own experience)

Among the symptoms and syndromes that dominate the clinical picture of postcoid syndrome (POST-COVID-19), the signs of asthenia, increased fatigue, excessive exhaustion during normal daily activities, which form asthenic syndrome, are highlighted. For the treatment of postcoid asthenic syndrome, a combination of pathogenetically justified agents has been proposed: podaravone (Xavron), a mixture of L-arginine and...

” Long-haulers “: patients with post-covid syndrome in routine clinical practice

At the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic, SARS-CoV 2 disease was thought to be transient (like most respiratory viral infections). The World Health Organization later reported that the duration of a new coronavirus disease from the onset of the first symptoms to mild clinical recovery is ≈2 weeks, and in severe or moderate cases,...