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Title: Analysis of biochemical indicators of disabled athletes in dynamics of physical therapy programs
Authors: Rudenko, Romanna
Hlozhyk, Irina
Guzii, Oksana
Prystupa, Tetiana
Руденко, Романна
Гложик, Ірина
Гузій, Оксана
Приступа, Тетяна
Keywords: biochemistry
individual programs
athletes with disabilities
physical therapy
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Analysis of biochemical indicators of disabled athletes in dynamics of physical therapy programs / Rudenko Romanna, Irina Hlozhyk, Oksana Guzii, Tetiana Prystupa // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2017. - Vol. 17, suppl. is. 4. - P. 2148 - 2151. (Scopus)
Abstract: The analysis of ways to optimize the training of athletes with disabilities has been carried out. It has been ascertained that locomotor activity helps to restore fitness shape, promotes development and refinement of physical, mental, functional and volitional skills, facilitates integration of the disabled athletes into the society. Expediency of special exercises, remedial massage modalities as well as hydrotherapeutic procedures for athletes with disabilities has been substantiated. The effect of various individual programs, means and modalities of physical rehabilitation on the biochemical indices of athletes with disabilities of different nosological forms of diseases has been analyzed. Algorithm tools and physical therapy methodology of individual programs for disabled athletes have been elaborated. The effect of physical therapy means upon biochemical indices of disabled athletes with various disease entities has been analyzed. It has been found that potassium, calcium and phosphorus indicators in capillary blood; creatinine and creatine phosphokinase in venous blood; COP-17content in urine at the beginning and at the end of the experiment (background indicators, after exercise and after individual physical therapy programs) were within the normal range for certain age group.
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