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Title: Hemodynamics monitoring in sport: Using hemodynamic monitor for sport training planning
Authors: Shishkina, A.
Tarbeeva, N.
Alimpieva, O.
Berdnikova, A.
Tarbeeva, A.
Miasnikova, T.
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: INSTICC Press
Citation: Hemodynamics monitoring in sport: Using hemodynamic monitor for sport training planning / A. Shishkina, N. Tarbeeva, O. Alimpieva, et al. — DOI 10.5220/0005094301030110 // icSPORTS 2014 - Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Sports Sciences Research and Technology Support. — 2014. — P. 103-110.
Abstract: The study stresses the meaning of the physiological measures that are obtained with the functional diagnostics devices and how these values can be used in coaching sportsmen. Methods: Hemodynamic monitor was used for monitoring hemodynamics and heart function of athletes (n=305) with different fitness levels. Active orthoclinostatic tests and antiorthostatic tests with passive body position changing were carried out with hemodynamics measurements recorded. Results: The most informative indicators and indices of heart function for high performance sport and their values at rest were detected. Along with common hemodynamics indicators (HR, SV, CO, EDV, blood pressure, etc.) the possibility of using correlation rhythmogram in coaching was studied. The correlation rhythmogram "cloud" dependence on athletes' fitness level was revealed in transient during active orthoclinostatic test.
Keywords: ATHLETES' HEMODYNAMICS
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
HEMODYNAMIC INDICATORS
TRAINING AND TESTING
TRAINING PROCESS
BLOOD PRESSURE
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
PATIENT MONITORING
SPORTS
BODY POSITIONS
FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSTICS
HEART FUNCTION
INDICATORS AND INDICES
PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES
RHYTHMOGRAM
TRAINING AND TESTING
TRAINING PROCESS
HEMODYNAMICS
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/102796
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 84910148372
PURE ID: 361358
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ISBN: 9789897580574
DOI: 10.5220/0005094301030110
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