The article provides the methodology that allows coaches, doctors and other staff members to comprehensively assess the athlete's conditioning, control the level of fitness and correct the physiological state. The methodology is based on the theory of cardiometry.
ECGCardiometryAthleteConditioningLevel of fitness
The aim of present study was to compare the effect of Ca chelating anticoagulants (EDTA, citrate and oxalate) and antithrombin anticoagulant (heparin) on some rabbits plasma biochemical parameters at room temperature 25℃ and extreme temperatures -18℃and 50℃ for 1hr.
Ca chelating and Antithrombin anticoagulantsPlasma biochemical parameters
The article presents experimental data confirming an assumption that an independent performance referring to the selection and ranking of visual stimuli by respondents allows not only to identify, but also to build a hierarchy of regulators of social behavior of each individual.
CardiometryProjective psychodiagnosticsPsychomemanticsValue orientationsMoral incentivesHierarchy of personal values
The article discusses innovative approaches and methods used in modern psychiatry to maintain the mental well-being of patients. The authors consider current approaches to the prevention of mental disorders and improvement of emotional well-being.
PsychiatryPreventionEmotional well-beingInnovative methods and programsMental healthDigital
The article discusses the features of pregnancy management and prevention of complications in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. The authors note that pregnancy outcomes in patients with SLE are improving due to medical advances; however, pregnancy caused by lupus is still associated with a large number of maternal and fetal complications compared to healthy women.
PregnancySystemic lupus erythematosusComplicationsPrevention