Prevention in CHD and complex challenge given the heterogeneity of the group of patients with CHD. It is conditionally possible to allocate prevention of congenital heart defects, prevention of adverse progression of CHD and prevention of complications of congenital heart disease.
Prevention of CHD is very complex and in most cases boils down to genetic counselling and advocacy work among the patients of the increased risk of the disease. In addition, careful observation and study of women who had contact with the rubella virus or with comorbidities that could lead to
the development of congenital heart defects.
Prevention of unfavourable development of CHD is largely confined to the timely establishment of the defect Continue reading
It is impossible to overestimate the benefits of exercise for health. Especially great when there is the opportunity to practice your favorite and suitable for you sport, which favorably affects the shape and General physical condition. Some people prefer training in the gym, some people like running outdoors, and choose some more serious activities, such as, for example, basketball. But if you like to swim and dance – then this is the perfect aerobic exercise for you. After all, everyone knows the
benefits of swimming in the fight against obesity. Likes and lose weight.
Surprisingly, what good is hidden in this kind of simple Continue reading
Whatever it was, for a long period of implementation of two-phase muscle activity. ochevidnoj neobhodimo permanent restoration ( re-synthesis) adenosine triphosphate as the muscle it is quickly consumed. As a result of this constant regeneration ( resynthesis) adenosine triphosphate at the expense of other metabolic processes in the number of its muscles at a
moderate work practically does not change. Only at very long and hard work there has been some decrease in the content of ATP in muscle tissue.
From the above data it follows that in the implementation of the two-phase muscle activity plays a very important role in the mechanism of regulation of the sarcoplasmic reticulum content in muscle fibers CA ion. The binding and release of CA ions in the sarcoplasm, probably depends on the change of the potential sarcoplasmatic-ical membranes. The magnitude of the potentials of these membranes, in turn, can very quickly be changed under the influence of nerve impulses.