Squash als Stressmodell - eine Studie zum Verhalten von Katecholaminen, Herzfrequenz, Blutdruck und Durchblutung mit und ohne Beta-Rezeptoren-Blockade

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Title translated into English:Squash as stress model - behaviour of catecholamines, heart rate, blood pressure and blood flow under and devoid of a beta-receptor-blockade
Author:Bock, H.-L.; Rieckert, H.
Editor:Boening, D.; Braumann, Klaus-Michael; Busse, M.W.; Maassen, N.; Schmidt, W.
Published in:Sport - Rettung oder Risiko für die Gesundheit? 31. Deutscher Sportärztekongress, Hannover 1988
Published:Köln: Dt. Ärzte-Verl. (Verlag), 1989, 1989. S. 171-175, Abb., Lit., Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Compilation article
Media type: Print resource
Language:German
ISBN:3769101952
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Identification number:PU199411074321
Source:BISp

Author's abstract

12 male healthy volunteers were examined before, during, and after a 15-min-game of squash. The following parameters were measured: epinephrine and norepinephrine (HPLC, venous), heart rate, blood pressure, peripheral blood flow (venous-occlusion-plethysmography). Plasma levels of the catecholamines increased about 3 times. Heart rate achieved 176 beats/min in average. Two minutes after work load blood pressure tended to increase. Peripheral blood flow increased averaging from 1.9 to 4.8 ml/min per 100 ml tissue. These reactions could only partly be influenced by the two beta-blockers, a non selective blocker with mild ISA (bopindolol) and a cardio-selective blocker (atenolol). Under both beta-blockers the catecholamine levels were higher than under placebo. Heart rate during exercise could be reduced significantly (about 40-56 beats/min less). Blood pressure and peripheral blood flow did not show any modifications worth mentioning. Verf.-Referat