We have decided to dedicate this issue to discussing sports medicine topics, namely, to defining what is the healthy heart performance. We are glad to present some fresh papers considering these problems of physiology in sports from the standpoint of cardiometry: the material is an integral part of a new book, which will be published within the nearest future.
Mr. Vyacheslav M.Tyutyunnik was born on the 4th of October 1949 in a stem Greek family in a small town Kupyansk, located in Region Kharkov. His father was a military man, and her mother moved to her parents to deliver her babies, since her parents had left their home island in Greece for their new homeland because of hard times. At present, Vyacheslav M. Tyutyunnik is Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor, Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation, the President and the General Manager of the International Information Nobel Center (IINC).
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It has long been thought who wants to be healthy and strong should go in for sports: do exercises, run, swim, participate in sports games and so on. Speaking about amateur sporting participants, the result of being vigorous, energetic, able-bodied and physically & emotionally attractive is important for us.
Now it is the time to consider directly the energy processes in the organism, which make an effect on the athletic performance, and not only thereon. In the organism, there is a coherent system of interactions between anaerobic and aerobic energy supply with the most active role of mitochondria.
The paper presents issues on actions and effects made by the discovered phenomena of shunting in the blood flow, when blood is directed from large artery vessels into large-sized venous vessels, on the hemodynamics profile of the proper heart.
The article presents experimental evidence of the validity of the hypothesis that theoretical construct “ego state”, in addition to the psychological content, actually reflects the physiological mobilization of a human individual to provide a certain type of response. It is shown that the mobilization is manifested in a certain specific pattern inherent to the cardiovascular system performance.
Heart rate diagnostics based on tactile sensations has been known for over 5 thousand years. Medieval doctors used it and modern doctors use it. With the advent of the Marei arteriograph in 1860, heart rate waves became possible to observe, creating visual images, and subsequently analyze them using a computer in digital form.
Acute myocardial infarction causes a great number of mortality and morbidity each year. Risk assessment and prognosis is one of the initial steps in approaching a patient with acute myocardial infarction.
Current guidelines recommend that patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) receive primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with a door-to-balloon (D2B) time of 90 minutes. This time frame has been difficult to achieve in developing countries. We aimed to test the hypothesis that using WhatsApp for inter-hospital transfer in STEMI primary PCI would result in shorter D2B time through avoiding emergency department (ED) waiting.
This paper presents some results of a comparative analysis of characteristics of electrodes to estimate the accuracy of recording long-term ECG signal parameters. To obtain the characteristics of the analyzed electrodes of various types, the resistance values of the contact conductive substance of each of them were measured.
The Nobel Congress, the XII International Meeting-Conference of Nobel Prize winners and Nobelists "Science, Technology, Society and the International Nobel Movement", dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the Nobel Prizes, the 160th anniversary of the birth of Emanuel Nobel (1859-1932), the 180th anniversary of the first Nobel laureate in literature A. Sully-Prudom (1839-1907) and the 190th anniversary of the birth of Robert Nobel (1829-1896) was held from October 2 to 5, 2019 in Tambov (Russia).
The regular annual congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) was held August 31 - September 4, 2019 in Paris, France. This year, the congress was held in cooperation with the World Society of Cardiology (WCC), that attracted even more attention to the event. More than 10,000 delegates from around the world attended the five-day congress.
On July 23-25, a meeting was held in the city of Yevpatoria between Mikhail Rudenko and the author of the theory of arrhythmia, Lukyanchenko Vladimir Alexandrovich.