Tagliche Praxis (ISSN:0494464X)

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Tagliche Praxis (ISSN:0494464X) originally formed in 1996 till now by Hans Marseille Vertrieb Medizinische Zeitschriften. Tagliche Praxis is a scopus indexed medical journal that wants to make the best use of Medical and pharmaceutical Research with information from our 700+ leading-edge peer reviewed, Open Access Journals that operates with the help of 5,000+ Editorial Board Members and esteemed reviewers and 1000+ associations in Medical, Clinical, Pharmaceutical Fields.

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Tagliche Praxis

Tagliche Praxis (ISSN: 0494464X) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks to publish original research articles that are hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provide exploratory insights in the following fields but not limited to:

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Journal ID : TLP-01-02-2021-10463
Category : Medical and Medicine
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Cigarette smoking is a worldwide public health challenge, Cigarette smoking is also a strong risk factor for musculoskeletal and cardiovascular disease, it is also well known that low and declining muscle strength is linked to increased smoking. [23]Aims of this study was to examine the chronic effects of smoking on cardiovascular fitness in young and healthy male smokers [13]. This study was carried out in university of hail, physiotherapy lab, 30male participant was recruited from university students of hail divided into two group 15 smoker (A),15 nonsmoker (B). All subjects underwent a sub maximal Bruce treadmill test and their HR was recorded during, at peak, and after termination of exercise. Our study revealed that the resting HR was 5.3 bpm higher in smoker than in nonsmoker (P:0.0001)., data indicated that there was a significant difference found between young smokers and non-smokers regarding their sub-maximal HR values (P:0.0063)., where smokers had significantly higher HR values. also there was no difference between both groups regarding to recovery heart rate (P:0.56). Smoking was found to affect young smokers’ increasing HR at rest, slowing of HR increase during exercise, and impairing their ability to reach the age predicted HRmax., Also smoking was associated with an attenuated HR. also Smokers had a higher resting HR and showed a higher HR response during sub-maximal exercise compared to Nonsmokers.

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Journal ID : TLP-01-02-2021-10462
Category : Medical and Medicine
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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) with the prevalence of 5 to 7% among Iranian women is a leading cause of infertility and endocrine disorder. Metabolic disorders such as increased levels of LH and FSH hormones in these patients was common and influences health of women with PCOS in long-term. Treatment of female infertility and other complications in many cases need to regulate hormones and receive exogenous hormone, and then the effect of female hormones on the disease is very important. In this study, levels of Luteinizing hormone (LH) and Follicle- stimulating hormone (FSH) and other female hormones among Iranian women with PCOS and infertility and healthy people were measured in this regard and values were compared. The result of this study showed that LH and progesterone hormone levels were significantly different in this syndrome than healthy women

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