INDIVIDUALLY-TYPOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE BLOOD MICROCIRCULATION OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS

I. P. Anosov, A. E. Vinograd, S. V. Ivanushkina, А. А. Durova, V. А. Zolotova, А. М. Vantsovska, А. S. Chetverik

Abstract


We considered the theoretical issues related to the state of the microcirculation of blood in young male students with different somatotype. We examined the boys, students of Melitopol State Pedagogical University, pertaining to youth in the age group between 16 and 18 years. We examined 127 men of three constitutional types: muscle, thoracic and abdominal. Microcirculation blood of representatives of each of the studied constitutional types was characterized by different refractive LDF-graphy different from those in other somatotype (Koynosov, 2004; Betz, 1989). Selection of instructional techniques and the amount of research were the primary goals and objectives of the work. We used the following methods: somatotype registration (by Bunak). Anthropometric measurements were carried out to enable pinpoint constitutional types, the method of laser Doppler flowmetry for the study of the dynamics parameters of microcirculation in the male body (Kozlov, 2001), methods of statistical analysis of the results using Student's t-test. The study of individual-typological characteristics of microcirculation in young male students with different somatotype showed the dynamics of the main functional parameters of microcirculation of somatotype. In the course of the work it was found that: students muscular constitutional type was inherent in PM 0.3 and was equal to 9.42, the maximum flow Kv - 23.5 ±0.9% and the minimum value of IFM was 1.75 ±0.04% in comparison with other constitutional types.

Key words: blood flow, microcirculation, somatotype.


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