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October 24-25, 2019 | Tokyo, Japan

Tomasz Gabrys

Oral Presentation at Cardiology Conzferences- Tomasz Gabrys
Tomasz Gabrys
University of West Bohemia in Plzen, Czech Republic
Title : Effect of endurance training conducted under hypoxia conditions, on change of exercise tolerance of patients after myocardial heart infarction (STEMI) - a pilot study

Abstract:

It is very important to monitore closely and take appropriate precautions patients after myocardial infarction because every year many of them goes high mountain trekking or practice winter sports.

Material and methods. In 22 training units under artificial, normobaric hypoxia conditions (2000 m asl) participated 12 men after myocardial heart infarction treated with angioplasty or coronary artery bypass grafting ( 60 ± 10,60 years). Before training program all patients in normoxia conditions underwent: echocardiography examination, spiroergometric test using a treadmill, lactic acid concentration (before and after test), morphology, lipids (cholesterol, trygliceride), TNF α (tumor necrosis factor), IL 1β (Interleukin 1 β), IL1 (Inteleukin1), body mass and composition. The blood saturation was measured each time during every training. After 22 of training all examinations were repeated in normoxia conditions.

Results showed there is no danger of training in hypoxia conditions for patients. There are significant changes in parameter of treadmill test (time, MET, distance), morphology and blood saturation.

Conclusion. It is important to search some more interesting and efficient rehabilitation methods and presented results can be used during inventing some new rehabilitation programe. It can be helpful to explain weather high mountain conditions are safe for cardiac patients as well.  And become introduction to analyse influence of specific other high mountain conditions as pressure, temperature, phenomenon fen, etc.

Audience take away: 

  • Research opens new possibilities in the rehabilitation of patients after cardiac surgery. They create an area for discussion on the use of hypoxia in accelerating rehabilitation. Research creates a new chapter on the use of hypoxia in improving patients after cardiac procedures. They are the starting point for wider multicenter research on this issue.
  • The research presented at work is supposed to have a practical character. It creates a theoretical basis for the construction of hypoxia programs in the rehabilitation of people after cardiac surgery. The search for additional markers related to the impact of hypoxia on the body of cardiac patients is intended to provide new information needed in the further design of training programs

Biography:

PhD Tomasz GABRYS prof.  (H.C. prof.) . The professor of sciences about the physical culture, professor in University Jan Dlugosz in Czestochowa Poland and ass prof. in West Bohemia University in Pilzen Czech Republic. Co-operated with Institute of Sport University of Centaral Lancashire in Preston (Gr.Britain). Member of Polish National Team in ice hockey as team doctor in the WC in 2007 and 2008 , the consultant of Polish National Team in alpine skiers (OG Torino), Slovakia National Team in biathlon (OG Vancouver), Polish National Team in Cycling (OG Athens, Beijing, London), Polish National Team in judo (OG Beijing) swimmers of Paraolympic Games Sydney and Athens, sport doctor in Russian Federation of the cyclist's. Author above 200 publication of the theory of sport training, physiology and physiotherapy.