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Study of the effect made by interval hypoxic training on cardiac metabolism and hemodynamics

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In this study, the Go2Altitude hypoxicator produced by the Australian company BiotechMed was used [1]. A 60-year-old male patient, height 182 cm, weight 95 kg, was fed in alternating mode, 5 minutes / 3 minutes, a mixture of oxygen 12% and nitrogen 88% through a mask, with room air (approximately 20.9% oxygen and 79.1% nitrogen) during the 45-minute session. Figure 1 given herein shows the ECG and rheogram curves recorded before and after exposure to interval hypoxic training (IHT). Observed is stable amplitude of the rheogram, which indicates the balance between the systemic and pulmonary circulation. Secondly, the Tк-Uн segment has been normalized.

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Tamara Voronina*, Eugeniy Y. Bersenev, Galina P. Stepanova, Vadim V. Pyatenko, Irina А. Berseneva, Nikolai N. Chernov, Larisa V. Smekalkina, Botir А. Yuldashev, Malika D. Murodova. Study of the effect made by interval hypoxic training on cardiac metabolism and hemodynamics. Cardiometry; Issue 20; November 2021; p. 8-9; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2021.20.89; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no20-november-2021/study-of-the-effect-made

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