ANA ROXANA GANCEANU RUSU, LILIANA MITITELU TARTAU, CRISTIAN STATESCU, MIHAELA BOANCA, VLADIMIR POROCH, RAOUL VASILE LUPUSORU, NICOLETA DIMA, CODRUTA BADESCU, ELENA REZUS, CIPRIAN REZUS, CATALINA ELENA LUPUSORU STUDY OF DYNAMICS OF IMMUNOBIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERFERENCES IN THE METABOLIC SYNDROME The metabolic syndrome (MetS) represents a frequent disorder of the present age, with increased global prevalence, with complex etiopathogenesis and physiopathology, with great impact upon the patients, society and economy and which often is difficult to treat. The main aim of the study was the evaluation of the pharmacodynamic effects of associated angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) on blood pressure values and markers of oxidative stress in rats with MetS. Material and methods: 9 groups of 6 Wistar rats weighing between 150-200g with uniform gender distribution were subjected to cholesterol diet. During 4 weeks, their exercise capacities were analyzed over a 10-minute interval after administration of the test substances. Results: All groups who received cholesterol showed significant increases in serum cortisol. The group receiving Enalapril noted the highest levels of superoxide dismutase (SOD). Conclusions: Comparing the results obtained in this study with the literature, it was noted that the administration of ACE and / or NSAIDs significantly improves the process of chronic inflammation.