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The effect of immediate pre-extraction period On blood pressure level (Prospective study on 100 Iraqi patients)

Author: Dr. Faaiz Alhamdani B.D.S, M.Sc.* د. فائز الحمداني
Journal: MUSTANSIRIA DENTAL JOURNAL مجلة المستنصرية لطب الاسنان ISSN: 18138500 Year: 2008 Volume: 5 Issue: 3 Pages: 290-295
Publisher: Al-Mustansyriah University الجامعة المستنصرية

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Although dental extraction has been studied extensively for its effect on the level of blood pressure, taking in consideration the use of epinephrine in dental anesthesia together with the stress factor, there are no available data about the effect of the immediate pre extraction period on the blood pressure level, so the aim of our study is to examine the effect of this period on 100 Iraqi patients within the age group (40- 70). The result of this study reveals that No significant difference in the systolic blood pressure levels in this period, No significant difference in the diastolic blood pressure levels in this period, No significant difference between males and females in the same respect, and 21%, 16% of the patients showed decrease in their systolic and diastolic blood pressure levels. The role played by the dentist in stress control can provide a possible explanation for such results.


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The Relation of Systolic Blood Pressure to Accuracy of High Facing Service (Tennis) in Volleyball Players Aging 13-14 Years
علاقة ضغط الدم الانقباضي بدقة الارسال المواجه من الاعلى(التنس) بالكرة الطائرة باعمار 13-14 سنة

Author: Ahmed Sh. Mahmood /Israa Fadhil Abbas احمد شاكر محمود/اسراء فاضل عباس
Journal: Al-Fatih journal مجلة الفتح ISSN: 87521996 Year: 2015 Volume: 11 Issue: 62 Pages: 258-271
Publisher: Diyala University جامعة ديالى

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Physiological studies are in sports are regarded of the focal studies for those working in the field of physical education and physical training. Through them, one can identify the effect of corporeal effort on athlete's biological systems during competitions or when practicing physical activities. Problem of the study lies in the lack of accuracy of high facing service. The two researchers think that systolic pressure is of vital relation to this deficiency. They have delineated the descriptive approach of associative relations due to its suitability to the study procedures. The research population is identified to be the (12) players of Diyala General Directorate of Education Volleyball team/ Intermediate Level. The whole population is selected as the sample of the study. Thus, Diyala General Directorate of Education/ Intermediate level (male students) is deliberately selected to be the sample of the study in the intentional approach. After tests processing, it becomes clear that there is a strong relation between the study variables. Therefore, the researchers concluded that there is an inverse relationship between systolic pressure and accuracy, the more pressure is there, the less accuracy achieved and vice versa.

تعد الدراسات الفسيولوجية في المجال الرياضي من الدراسات المهمة للعاملين في حقل التربية الرياضية والتدريب الرياضي حيث يتم بواسطتها التعرف على تأثير الجهد البدني على الاجهزة الحيوية لجسم الرياضي اثناء المسابقات أو خلال ممارسة الانشطة البدنية , ان مشكلة البحث تكمن في قصور الدقة بالنسبة للإرسال المواجه من الاعلى (التنس) ويعتقد الباحثان ان للضغط الانقباضي علاقة بهذا القصور , استخدم الباحثان المنهج الوصفي بإسلوب العلاقات الارتباطية لملاءمته لطبيعة اجراءات البحث , تم تحديد مجتمع الاصل من منتخبات المنطقة الوسطى بالكرة الطائرة ، اما مجتمع البحث فكان لاعبي منتخب تربية ديالى للمرحلة المتوسطة بالكرة الطائرة والبالغ عددهم (12) لاعباً اذ تَّم أختيار منتخب تربية ديالى (للبنين ) / للمرحلة المتوسطة بالكرة الطائرة كعينة بالطريقة العمدية , وبعد إجراء الاختبارات تبين وجود علاقة ارتباط قوية بين المتغيرات قيد البحث فاستنتج الباحثان وجود علاقة معنوية بين الضغط الانقباضي ودقة الارسال المواجه من الاعلى التنس بالكرة الطائرة .


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Blood Pressure Assessment in Undergraduate Medical Students: Impact of Gender, Body Mass Index and Family History of Hypertension

Authors: Amjed Hassan Abbas --- Samir Swadi Hamoud --- Shahlaa Khaza,al Chabuk
Journal: Medical Journal of Babylon مجلة بابل الطبية ISSN: 1812156X 23126760 Year: 2016 Volume: 13 Issue: 2 Pages: 307 -315
Publisher: Babylon University جامعة بابل

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Increase blood pressure is considered to be a silent killer which lead to increase in morbidity and mortality, so it is necessary to determine the subjects with high risk at an early stage in order to inhibit the disease progression and its co-morbid conditions. This study aimed to measure the blood pressure of undergraduate medical students and its relation to specific risk factors (gender, body mass index and family history of hypertension).The study was performed in College of Medicine in Babylon University in the period from December 2014 to April 2015 and included 330 students. Some variables were taken from the history in addition to measurement of weight, height, systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The results revealed that regarding systolic blood pressure, 15% of students had prehypertension and 8% of students were hypertensive while for diastolic blood pressure, 32% had prehypertension and 4% were hypertensive. There was significant correlation between systolic and diastolic blood pressure with male gender, body mass index and family history of hypertension (P ≤ 0.05).This study revealed high prevalence of prehypertension and in less extent hypertension among college students and this problem represented a neglected issue.

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