StatusThe thesis was presented on the 10 July, 2015
Approved by NCAA on the 7 October, 2015
Abstract– 0.95 Mb / in russian
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ThesisCZU 612.223:574.24 (043.2)
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„Normobaric hypoxia impact on the cardiorespiratory system and the use of its effects in sanocreatology”. Thesis for the degree of Doctor of Biological Sciences, Chisinau, 2015.
Structure of the thesis: introduction, 5 chapters, conclusions and recommendations, 258 references, 23 figures and 21 tables, 135 pages of basic text. The results have been published in 15 scientific works.
Key words: sanocreatology, normobaric hypoxic exercise, functional possibilities, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, microcirculation.
Research domain: human physiology and sanocreatology of the respiratory and the cardiovascular systems.
Aim of the research is to study normobaric hypoxia impact on the functions of the respiratory and the cardiovascular systems and the possibility of the use of its effects in sanocreatology.
Tasks of the research: 1. to study vector of the cardiovascular system’s function change in the conditions of normobaric hypoxia; 2. to study dynamics of the respiratory system’s functional state modification under the influence of normobaric hypoxia; 3. to establish peculiarities of microcirculation functioning change during normobaric hypoxic training; 4. to determine potentialities and conditions of normobaric hypoxia application in sanocreatology for the strengthening and the maintenance of the cardiorespiratory system’s health.
Scientific novelty and originality. For the first time, from the position of sanocreatology, a complex research aimed to reveal consequences of normobaric hypoxia impact on the function of the cardiorespiratory system which has enabled to establish that a 10-day normobaric hypoxic training of healthy humans renders a different-type influence on the level of this system’s activity, and that the method can be used in sanocreatology only if coordination of the cardiovascular and the respiratory systems’ functions manifests itself, has been carried out.
The important scientific problem solved is in the elucidation from the position of sanocreatology of consequences of normobaric hypoxia impact on the cardiorespiratory system on the basis of the investigation of the dynamics of physical ability, aerobic performance, of the blood circulation indices, the indices of heart electrical stability as well as those of synchronicity of modification of the respiratory and the cardiovascular systems’ functions and blood flow modulation which has enabled to elicit individual and group principal regularities of adaptive reorganizations of the cardiorespiratory system, the microcirculatory channel in different time periods of hypoxic training relying on which the possibility and the conditions of application of normobaric hypoxia in sanocreatology has been grounded.
Theoretical importance consists in establishing of the regularities of the cardiorespiratory system’s and the microcirculatory channel’s function change in the dynamics of normobaric hypoxic training and in grounding of a new conception according to which the method’s sanogenic effect is due to an initial synchronism in functioning of the cardiovascular and the respiratory systems.
Practical importance of the work consists in forecasting of normobaric hypoxia influence vector upon the cardiorespiratory system and the microcirculatory channel as well as in establishing of hypoxic training regimen sanogenicity markers. The obtained data will be used as a basis for elaboration of normobaric hypoxic training algorithm for the purposeful formation and the maintenance of the cardiorespiratory system’s sanogenic level.
Implementation of the obtained data: The obtained data are implemented in the teaching process in the State University of Moldova and in the University of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.