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THE STATE OF STUDENTS' BLOOD UNDER CONDITIONS OF MOUNTAIN HYPOXIA

Author: , VAKHA ASKHADOVICH ANZOROV, SVETLANA VASILYEVNA MORYAKINA
Abstract: The paper presents experimental material on the composition of students' blood with insufficient oxygen content in atmospheric air. The impact of the mountain climate contributed to a significant increase in the values characterizing red blood and neutrophils, to a drop in the values of monocytes and to insignificant changes on both sides of other blood parameters.So, the growth of red blood cells and hemoglobin in boys in the middle mountains was 0.8 million in mm³ and 23 g / l, and in their peers - 0.9 and 26, respectively.In the blood of the girls of the second experimental group, there was 10.6% more neutrophils than controls.The concentration of monocytes is lower by 2,6% in young men from middle mountains.
Keyword: mountains, hypoxia, device, blood composition, blood coagulation.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.067
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