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The Comparison of Brachial Artery Parameters between the Clinical Cuff, Pneumatic Controlled Air Band (KAATSU), and Elastic Band during Blood Flow Restriction at the same Perceived Tightness
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ome BFR devices with pneumatic air bands, such as KAATSU (KA), are expensive and less accessible, making either a Sphygmomanometer Cuff (SC) or Elastic Band (EB) an interesting alternative. However, vascular parameters in response to blood flow restriction during KA, EB, and SC have not yet been compared. Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare the brachial blood flow behavior during restriction using bands such as KA, SC, and EB on the same perceived tightness. Methods: Thirty healthy men participated in a prospective crossover study. Participants underwent blood flow measurem ..read more
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Difference in Injury Risk between Male and Female Alpine Skiers: Review of the Literature
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he rate of injury in alpine skiing is high both recreationally and competitively and methods to reduce injury rates are needed. Additionally, it is well-established in other sports that the risk of injury for an athlete varies based on gender. The purpose of this review is to determine how injury risk differs for each gender of alpine skier. Injury rates vary throughout the literature but point towards males being at a higher risk for overall injury and upper body injuries while females are at a higher risk for knee injuries. Even the specific knee injuries for which each gender is at risk var ..read more
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Is there a Place for Klotho in Alzheimer’s disease?
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logical processes and is a serious candidate to be a pharmacological target to act on. Klotho’s mRNA has been found in neurons of a variety of brain regions (cortex, hippocampus). The best studied and prominent function of Klotho is as the co-receptor of fibroblast growth factor 23 (FGF23), through which Klotho controls renal phosphate excretion and vitamin D metabolism. Reduced serum levels of Klotho in mice have been associated with a shorter life expectancy and with numerous pathological conditions such as renal disease, vascular calcification, neurodegeneration, and others. Moreover, overe ..read more
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