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Title: Features of adaptive responses to physical activity in young persons with arterial hypotension
Authors: Globa, N.S.
Isaeva, I.N.
Karmazina, I.S.
Keywords: Hypotension
Hypertension
Systolic blood pressure
Diastolic blood pressure
Issue Date: 19-Jan-2016
Publisher: Харківський Національний Медичний Університет
Citation: Globa N. S. Features of adaptive responses to physical activity in young persons with arterial hypotension / N. S. Globa, I. N. Isaeva, I. S. Karmazina // Медицина третього тисячоліття : збірник тез міжвузівської конференції молодих вчених та студентів, Харків, 20 січня 2016 р. / Харківський національний медичний університет. – Харків, 2016. – С. 3.
Abstract: The main objective of this research was to identify the possible features of physical capacity in persons with arterial hypotension, depending on the type of regulation and selfregulation of systemic blood pressure.
Description: The results of current research showed that young persons with initially reduced level of blood pressure have less endurance for physical exercises than those in the control group; also they have the limitation of regulatory mechanisms of adaptive response to physical activity and reduced effectiveness of self-regulation of systemic blood pressure. In patients with hypotension the increase of CO was achieved mainly due to a significant increase in heart rate, instead of SV and heart rate, which indicates the hypotonic type of circulatory regulation, as opposed to individuals with normal BP values, in which the increase of COwas achieved by parallel increase in HR and SV that shows the normotensive type of regulation of the cardiovascular system.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/14154
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