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Journal of Ilam University of Medical Sciences 2021, 29(1): 96-107 Back to browse issues page
Correlation between Cardiovascular Hemodynamic Parameters of Perimenopausal Women during an Exhaustive Activity at Air Polluted and Non-Air-Polluted Environments
Sara Pouriamehr1 , Valiollah Dabidi Roshan * 2, Farimah Shirani3
1- Dept of Sports Physiology, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran.
2- Dept of Sports Physiology, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran. , vdabidiroshan@yahoo.com
3- Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Research Center, Cardiovascular Research Institute, Esfahan Medical Science University, Esfahan, Iran
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Introduction: Air pollution is the main factor and modulation of cardiovascular diseases in urban societies. The potentially harmful effects of acute and chronic air pollution exposure have serious consequences on disease and mortality. This study amid to investigate the correlation between cardiovascular hemodynamic parameters of perimenopausal women during an exhaustive activity in air polluted and non-air polluted environments.
 
Materials & Methods: This semi-experimental study randomly investigated 60 women (age range: 46.62 years; body mass index: 28.57±3.85) at the perimenopausal stage who were living in an air polluted environment (n=30 in the experimental group) and non-air polluted environment (n=30 in the control group). Furthermore, different cardiovascular hemodynamic parameters were evaluated before and after the Bruce test as an exhaustive activity.
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Findings: There is a direct correlation between myocardial oxygen consumption and maximal oxygen consumption (P<0.05) during an exhaustive activity in the air polluted environment. Moreover, the independent t-test showed that air pollution significantly affected the pulse of oxygen (P<0.05).
 
Discussions & Conclusions: The findings of this study have shown the air pollution effects on cardiovascular hemodynamic parameters, particularly myocardial oxygen consumption. In addition, it was found that air pollution exposure and performing an exhaustive activity in such environments would increase the cardio workload and the myocardial oxygen consumption.
Keywords: Air pollution, Exhaustive activity, Myocardial oxygen consumption, Perimenopausal, pulse oxygen
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Physical Education
Received: 2020/10/20 | Accepted: 2021/02/6 | Published: 2021/03/30
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Pouriamehr S, Dabidi Roshan V, Shirani F. Correlation between Cardiovascular Hemodynamic Parameters of Perimenopausal Women during an Exhaustive Activity at Air Polluted and Non-Air-Polluted Environments. Journal of Ilam University of Medical Sciences 2021; 29 (1) :96-107
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