The Benefits of Altitude Training on Human Performance Adam Khan Abstract: Altitude training is a method many athletes have used and are continuing to use as a means of maximising their sporting potential. The reason for training at altitude is that the environmental hypoxia encountered by the body causes numerous physiological changes. These changes can be split into ...
There is much evidence to suggest that arterial stiffness causes hypertension, and this is supported by many studies, whether the stiffness is a result of aging of the arteries resulting in reduced or calcified elastin in the walls, increased collagen content, atherosclerosis or whether stiffness occurs due to activation of the sympathetic nervous system, causing constriction of the smooth muscle ...
Neutropenic Sepsis: A Preventable Death? Yashvi Vijh Neutropenic sepsis is unfortunately, a too often fatal complication of various anti-cancer treatments; the greatest risk of which arises from cytotoxic chemotherapy . Its incidence is majorly concerning, due to the condition’s potentially life threatening nature . The incidence of Neutropenic Sepsis after invasive myelosuppressive chemotherapy is between 70 and 100 per ...
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Screening is the primary method used in secondary disease prevention (the prevention of disease progression once it has been contracted). In a utopic existence, screening would be cost- and labour-free and available to all citizens so that disease never progressed to be sufficiently threatening. Utopia not existing, we therefore had to develop a schema by which the appropriateness of screening ...
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