Dynamics of activity free radical oxidation reactions in students with cerebral palsy results over the course of the educational process

Elina Makarova
2012 Figshare  
DYNAMICS OF ACTIVITY FREE RADICAL OXIDATION REACTIONS IN STUDENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY RESULTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS Authors Makarova E.V. bashkin07@mail.ru Opened University of Development of Man "Ukraine" Lvov str., 23, Kiev, 03115, Ukraine Abstract The dynamics of changes activity of reactions is studied freely radical oxidize for students with the consequences of child's cerebral paralysis. 20 students took part in an experiment. Found that the course of study they have
more » ... of study they have more active free radical oxidation reactions and decreases the activity of antiradical protection. Given the use of additional physical activity in aerobic training indicators intracellular antioxidant defense system increased, decreased content of reaction products of lipid peroxidation. However, increased rates of maximum oxygen consumption and increased tolerance of students with cerebral palsy to the consequences of physical activity. It is set that the pathological changes of metabolism for students ground the necessity of application of the differentiated physical loadings. The optimum forms of physical rehabilitation of the aerobic training is the dosed walking, medical swimming, dosed after distance, sometimes and by the corner of getting up pedestrian ascents. Loading is increased due to a volume, but not intensity of exercises. Key words students; disability; cerebral palsy; free radical oxidation; antioxidant protection; physical training; adaptation; References Bilenko M.V. Ishemicheskie i reperfuzionnye povrezhdeniia organov [Ischemic and reperfusion damages of organs], Moscow, Medicine, 1989, 368 p. Gerasimov A.M., Korneva E.N., Amelina D.Sh. Okislitel'nye fermenty zhivotnoj kletki i reguliaciia ikh aktivnosti [Oxidizing enzymes of zooblast and adjusting of their activity], Gor'kiy, 1978, pp. 23-24. Golovenko N.Ia., Galkin B.N. Ukrainskij biokhimicheskij zhurnal [Ukrainian bioche [...]
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.97360 fatcat:opilj2pnzbgkrbhkhy5lzdn4zm