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Author: Mona M. Shangold,Gabe Mirkin
ISBN: 0803678169
Language: English
Pages: 280 pages
Category: Medicine
Publisher: F.A. Davis Company; 2nd edition (January 1, 1988)
Rating: 4.2
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I. Shangold, Mona M. II. Mirkin, Gabe. DNLM: 1. Physical Fitness. No other book to date has covered so many relevant topics dealing with exercise and sports medicine for women in the depth that is provided in this volume. We hope this volume meets the needs of generalists caring for women athletes and specialists wanting information outside of their own specialty. Above all, we hope it will enable exercising women to receive the best care possible.

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Women and Exercise is an invaluable resource for all physicians, from general practitioners to specialists seeking information outside their specialty, who need up-to-date information and expert advice about women and exercise.

Explains how to choose the right sport and provides information on exercise despite chronic ailments and during menstruation. LJ 7/85) Shangold (. gynecology) and Mirkin (. and coauthor of The Sportsmedicine Book, LJ 12/1/78) here set out to both encourage beginning exercisers and inform competitive athletes. They succeed on both counts. Readers are given a primer on exercise physiology before diving into sections on nutrition, drugs, heat and cold, and a relatively short section on injuries.

Physiology and Sports Medicine. F. A. Davis Co. Women and Exercise is an invluable resource for all physicians, from general practitioners to specialists seeking information outside their. Physiology and Sports Medicine. Description. Women and Exercise is an invluable resource for all physicians, from general practitioners to specialists seeking information outside their specialty, who need up-to-date information and.

Exercise programs that primarily involve endurance activities prevent the development of HTN and lower blood pressure (BP) in adults with normal BP and those with HTN. The BP lowering effects of exercise are most pronounced in people with HTN who engage in endurance exercise with. The BP lowering effects of exercise are most pronounced in people with HTN who engage in endurance exercise with BP decreasing approximately 5-7 mm HG after an isolated exercise session (acute) or following exercise training (chronic). Moreover, BP is reduced for up to 22 h after an endurance exercise bout (.

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Primary Care Sports Medicine in the University Setting. August 1989 · The Physician and sportsmedicine. Overuse syndromes resulting from sports participation are quickly becoming the most prevalent type of injury in sports. This article presents a unified concept of overuse that should aid the primary care physician in his or her approach to the chronic athletic injury. Consistent treatment for most overuse injuries is outlined.

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