Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies

ISSN: 2161-0673

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    Comparison of Glycemic Behavior between Strength Training, High Intensity Resistance Training (HIRT), High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): A Case Study

    Kamila Silva Arão, Lucas Carlos Gonçalves, Marcelo Henrique Silva, Camila Simões Seguro, Naiany Pereira Silva and VitorAlves Marques*

    Serum proteins designated as liver function biomarkers are used to evaluate patients for hepatic dysfunction. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM2) is generally a defect in insulin action and secretion and in the regulation of hepatic glucose production. Exercise to treat type 2 diabetes has had positive impacts on the lives of diabetics. The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of the glycemic curve in three different types of training: Strength Training (TF), High Intensity Resistant Training (HIRT) and Interval High Intensity Training (HIIT). The sample is a 57year-old, sedentary type 2 diabetic who underwent the training method - Strength Training (TF), High Intensity Resistant Training (HIRT), and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). once a week at night. Pre-study anamnesis, pre- and post-exercise glycemia were performed. The overall results were satisfactory presenting HIIT as the most effective method for acute post-exercise blood glucose reduction (reducing 29.62%, 34.25%, 38.89 and 36.11% immediately at 10, 20, 30 minutes after exertion respectively). It was concluded that physical training positively influenced the reduction of blood glucose as an acute effect, but HIIT was the most effective method.

    Review Article Pages: 1 - 3

    Acute Primary ACL Repair; Effect on Recovery and Return to Sport, a Literature Review

    Rohit Vijayan1, Abhinandan S punit

    The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) plays a significant role in stabilising the knee joint. It has a complex architecture made up of collagen
    fibers, which makes it well suited to guide movements especially in preventing excessive translations and rotations during functional
    activities. However, during daily living and sporting activities, the forces on the ACL occasionally exceed their limit, leading to a rupture.
    Primary repair of the anterior cruciate ligament was a popular treatment in the late 19th century, particularly, during the 1970’s and the
    ‘80s on the lines of repairing MCL or the Achilles tendon, however, an open ACL repair allowed seldom healing owing to its intra-articular
    position and lack of clot formation due to the presence of synovial fluid.

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      Memory Impaired Myalgia

      Basil Ike*, Alexander Sin and Lauren Simon

      DOI: DOI: 10.37421/2161-0673.2022.12.261

      As physicians we need to take into context other etiologies of injury in relation to their surrounding environment. Pain was localized in her anterior thighs with referred pain in her lower back, without neck pain or stiffness. According to her spouse, she was not sleeping at night due to worsening thigh pain and appeared very tired with intermittent episodes of confusion. Hypertonic saline was used to correct her hyponatremia.

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        Knowledge, Attitude, Practices and Self-Management of Asthma among Students of Secondary School in Lome during Physical and Sport Activities

        Akpadi Kouma Tarsiba*, Kossi Metowogo, Gafarou-Toure Abdoul Alassane, Yendoube T. Kantati, Mabozou Kpemissi, Kwashie Eklu-Gadegbeku and Kodjo Akikokou

        DOI: 10.37421/2161-0673.2023.13.285

        Background: Asthma is the most common disease in school-aged children, and the prevalence rate is increasing every year. In Africa, the prevalence is high in schools and reaches 16.8% among students and more particularly during Physical Activities (PA), where physical exercises contribute to the increase of the frequency of cases of asthma attack. In Togo, the prevalence rate being very high, a survey on the management of this disease could be beneficial.

        Objective: This study aims to assess students' knowledge, practices and self-management of asthma during physical activities.

        Methods: It was a cross-sectional study, by questionnaire, carried out from February to September 2020 among 40 asthmatics from secondary schools in Lome aged 11 to 18 years. The participants were students who had documentation proving that they had asthma and who had agreed to participate in the study. A questionnaire containing information on adherence with treatment, knowledge of inhalation technique. Data were analysed using IBM SPSS statistics version 19.0 for Windows (SPSS Inc., an IBM Company, and Chicago, IL, USA).

        Results: The participation rate was 60.6%. The average age was 14.1 ± 2.2 years, with the extremes of 11 and 18 years. The Sex Ratio (SR) of the participants was 1.22 with a predominance of men in the total number of this survey: 22 men (55%) and 18 women (45%). During an asthma attack, attitudes varied depending on how long the asthma lasted, but the difference is not significant. The majority (62.5%) had a low level of knowledge about their asthma treatment, and 50% had no adherence to treatment. Most of them (50%) ignore inhalation techniques.

        Conclusion: There is insufficient knowledge of asthma treatment and treatment adherence among students with asthma in secondary schools in Lome. Awareness is essential.

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        Impacts of Media Coverage on the Development of Hadiya Hossana Football Club

        Tesfaye Dolebo Awano* and Degent Fiker Fusse

        DOI: 10.37421/2161-0673.2023.13.295

        The main purpose of this study was to investigate the impacts of media coverage on the development of Hadiya Hosanna football club. Football and media has long historical relationships. Under this research, the researcher was study the relationship between social media and football. This study was employed by purposefully sampling method or the sampling techniques are purposeful sampling methods. The needed data was obtained by means of questioner and interview on players, coach and club manager from Hadiya Hosanna football club and the total population of Hadiya Hosanna football club was 29 and sampling size are 25 players, 3 coaches and 1 club manager based on analyzed media is very essential to develop football. In Hadiya Hosanna football club there was medium media coverage. In this cause there was impacts of on the development of the club. So the responsible body must work with medias.

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          Increased Daily Step Count Benefits Lung Function: A Repeated Measure Panel Study in Guangzhou, China

          Yun Zhou*, Yuliang Chen, Wenfeng Lu, Xueni Wang, Li Cai, Xuyang Guo, Chenghui Zhong, Binyan Zou, Xintong Chen, Lan Qiu, Han Zhang and Xiaoliang Li

          Background: Daily step count was associated with various health outcomes. However, the quantitative relationship between daily step count and lung function among general population is unclear to date.

          Methods: We conducted a panel study with repeated measurement of daily step counts and lung function parameters in consecutive 11 days among 16 healthy male college students in a self-controlled study design. Linear mixed-effect model was used to assess the dose-response relationship between daily step count and lung function parameters.

          Results: Compared with control days, subjects in intervention days had lower daily step counts and lung function parameters. Nonlinear associations of daily step count with FEV0.5, FEV0.5/FVC, and FEV1.0/FVC were observed in all observations, but become insignificant in subgroups of step count ≤ 8000 or >8000. Significant linear dose-response relationships were observed in those taking daily step counts ≤ 8000, showing that each 1000-increase in daily step was significantly associated with 36.81 ml, 20.29 ml, 1.36%, 0.48%, 1.88%, 1.38%, 2.06% and 0.76% increase in FEV0.5, FEV1.0, FEV0.5/FVC, FEV1.0/FVC, MMF%pred, FEF25%pred, FEF50%pred, and FEF75%pred, respectively.

          Conclusion: Increased daily step count benefits lung function among healthy male adults, though the excess benefit was limited when taking more than 8000 steps per day.

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