The Acute Response of Blood Coagulation, Fibrinolysis and Recovery Time after an Exhaustive Anaerobic Activity in Male Athlete and Non-Athlete Students
International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine
The purpose of this search is the response of male athlete and non-athlete coagulation factor , fibrinolysis and time of recovery after one session of exhaustive anaerobic activity A quasi-experimental study was performed on 24 male students (athletes, non athletes)', from '18 to 24. Exercise protocol was RAST test, in which every tester covered 6 times the distance of 35 meters with all his power and there was 10 seconds for resting. Three stages of blood sampling were performed )
... rmed ) befor,immediately and one hour after the test).Data was analyzed by using Kolomogrof Smirnov test, Levin test, the statistical analysis method of compound variance and Kruskal-Wallis (p<0/05). The result of this study shows that a session of anaerobic activity has significant impact on hematocrit ،platelete and noncoagulation)D-Dimer ( athlete group, hematocrit and time of non-athelete PTT and also platelets, D-Dimer and time of recovery between two groups. But no significant difference for athlete group PTT, platelets and D-Dimer group of non-athletes,PT and fibrinogen in both groups (athlete and non-athlete) and also PT, PTT, hematocrit and fibrinogen were observed. This search offers that a session of anaerobic activity on blood coagulation, fibrinolysis and recovery time was effective. So the responses of athlete and non-athlete people can be differentof in some factors .