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Keywords : Heart rate


A study on heart rate and side effects between esmolol and labetalol during tracheal extubation

Dr. Shilpa Omkarappa, Dr. Amitha S, Dr.K.V. Edvine

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 639-645

Electrophysiological studies revealed that Esmolol causes an increase in sinus cycle length
and sinus node recovery time. Electrocardiographic parameters like 'PR' 'QRS' and 'QT'
intervals were not prolonged. In contrast to other beta blockers, electrophysiological values
return to baseline values within a period of 30 minutes after withdrawing the drug. When
infused at a dose of 200 micrograms/kg/minute, Esmolol can significantly reduce the namely,
resting heart rate, Systolic blood pressure, rate pressure product, cardiac index. Esmolol can
also attenuate isoprenaline induced tachycardia. After obtaining clearance from the
Institutional Ethical Committee and informed written consent, a prospective randomized
double-blinded study was conducted on sixty patients scheduled for various elective surgical
procedures belonging to patients physical status American Society of Anesthesiologists
(ASA) Classes I and II were included in the study. In esmolol group the basal heart rate was
97.8bpm. During reversal heart rate increased to 102.7bpm. During drug injection and
subsequently heart rate decreased as shown in table. At 15min post extubation heart rate was
84.6bpm which was less than basal.
In labetalol group the basal heart rate was 97.5bpm. During reversal heart rate increased to
103.1bpm. During drug injection and subsequently heart rate decreased as shown in table. At
15min post extubation heart rate was 69.9bpm which was much less than basal.

Effect of ropivacaine and bupivacaine on heart rate for supraclavicular brachial plexus

Dr. Shivakumara K C, Dr. Vishal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 212-216

The brachial plexus is enveloped by a fascial sheath, formed by prevertebral and scalene
fascia, extending from the intervertebral foramina to the upper arm. The foramina of a sheath,
at any anatomical point, will allow for the spread of local anaesthetics and subsequent
blockade. Each approach to the brachial plexus impacts specific anatomical areas of the upper
extremity. Patients were kept Nil per orally for 6 hours before the time of surgery and on the
previous night premedicated with Diazepam 5 mg and Ranitidine 150mg. 60 patients ASA I
and ASA II were randomly allocated with sealed envelope method into two different groups
of 30 each. Both observer and participant were blinded. GROUP A- received (n=30) 25 ml of
0.5% bupivacaine, GROUP B-received (n=30) 25 ml of 0.5% ropivacaine. There was no
statistically significant difference in heart rate between both groups (p>0.05). There is no
significant difference of heart rate clinically.

STUDY OF HEART RATE INDICATORS IN UNDERWATER ATHLETES OF DIFFERENT SPECIALIZATION

Redi Elena Vladimirovna; Tolstopyatov Igor Anatolevich; Konopleva Elena Nikolaevna; Grinko Andrey Leonidovich.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 568-573

Goal. To study the heart rate (HR) indicators in divers of different specialization in 2000, 2010, and 2020. Materials and methods. The study involved three generations of submariners (divided into groups): group A-2000, group B-2010, and group B-2020. Each group consisted of 10 boys and 10 women aged 17 to 25 years. Results. Male and female submariners of group B are characterized by higher rates of increase in resting heart rate (HR), compared to athletes of group A and B. Conclusion. The cardiovascular system is sensitive to various
influences, including strenuous physical activity, but the compensatory capabilities of the heart are not unlimited and if this is not taken into account, then you can get overexertion. In our case, it was found that the heart rate, regardless of specialization, reflects the functional level of the state of the cardiovascular system in accordance with different somatotypes.

THE STUDY OF THE HEART RATE IB ATHLETERS ENGAGED IN UNDERWATER SPORTS, DEPENDING ON THE SPECIALIZATION

Redi Elena Vladimirovna; Tolstopyatov Igor Anatolevich; Lisovik Alla Nikolaevna; Bortnikova Galina Nikolaevna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1492-1498

Goal. To study the heart rate (HR) indicators in divers of different specialization in 2000, 2010, and 2020. Materials and methods. The study involved three generations of submariners (divided into groups): group A-2000, group B-2010, and group B-2020. Each group consisted of 10 boys and 10 women aged 17 to 25 years. Results. Male and female submariners of group B are characterized by higher rates of increase in resting heart rate (HR), compared to athletes of group A and B. Conclusion. The cardiovascular system is sensitive to various influences, including strenuous physical activity, but the compensatory capabilities of the heart are not unlimited and if this is not taken into account, then you can get overexertion. In our case, it was found that the heart rate, regardless of specialization, reflects the functional level of the state of the cardiovascular system in accordance with different somatotypes.

The Effect Of Exercises According To The Heart Rate Index Using The (DYNA FOOT) Device In The Development Of Special Speed And Some Basic Skills Of Young Football Players

Sahar Mohammed Salman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 317-324

The interest of researchers and trainers in developing training curricula and using modern training methods to develop physical capabilities related to the type of activity or skill required, in addition to laying correct scientific foundations when choosing appropriate hospitalization periods according to the pulse index during repetition of training loads and through the researcher's experience and presence in the academic and field fields I noticed that most of the exercises are either the speed training in the ball during play and training without paying attention to the real special speed and what constitutes the percentage of the speed of performance that a football player has, in addition to that lack of interest in studying the anchoring operations, the position of the foot and the pressure areas with the feet of foothold on the ground during the performance distance stages Inside the stadium, which has the primary role to achieve the required increase in speed, which generated the need to use a modern device to identify these variables, which is a (DYNA FOOT) device to identify indicators of the amounts of thrust, pressure and force exerted during the pivot stages during the actual performance distance, as the researcher decided to prepare exercises To codify and diagnose weaknesses in order to develop appropriate solutions and know the appropriate means correct.
The goal of the research is to prepare and identify exercises according to the heart rate index using the (DYNA FOOT) device in developing special speed and some basic skills for the players of Al-Karkh Football Club. The researcher adopted the experimental approach of the experimental and control groups. Player, as the research sample was selected using a comprehensive inventory method, and the sample was divided into two experimental groups and the control group with (16) players for each group. Exercises were applied according to the heart rate index using a (DYNA FOOT) device on the experimental group for a period of eight weeks and by three training units in The researcher used the SPSS statistical bag to process the data and obtain results and the most important conclusions
- Exercises according to the heart rate index using the (DYNA FOOT) device have a positive effect on developing the special speed and some basic skills of football players.