Academic Journal of Life Sciences
Online ISSN: 2415-2137
Print ISSN: 2415-5217
Print ISSN: 2415-5217
Quarterly Published (4 Issues Per Year)
Volume 7 Number 2 June 2021
Supplemental Support for Energy Yield During Supramaximal Exhaustive Sporting Events
Authors: Amirova M. F. ; Abiyev H. A. ; Mammadova Kh. R. ; Huseynova E. E. ; Dashdamirova G. S. ; Mammadova Kh. R.
When training athletes, it is often required to know the biochemical processes leading to the formation of high-energy compounds and increasing the coefficient of efficiency at the time of their formation. This will require taking into account the maximum desired duration of each workout, and the type of nutrients used to meet the needs of energy expenditure during the workout. In this article, the ways of energy production during the different exercises, and some training preferable for perfect energy production are represented. The paper also provides information on various factors limiting the speed of athletes and suggests ways to overcome some of these limits.
Role of Radiologic Computed Tomography in Evaluating Coronavirus (COVID-19) Patients
Authors: Mwahib Sayed Ahmed Aldosh
Objective: Coronavirus (Covid 19) is a dangerous viral disease that principally targets the respiratory system of human beings. The main objective of this study is to evaluate the significant effects resulting from Covid19 using radiologic CT scanning technology. Methods: The recent study was conducted in order to evaluate covid19 among the local public. The sample size for this study consisted of two hundred and thirty (230) patients diagnosed with coronavirus and underwent a chest computed tomography scan. The study was conducted at Najran city, between the period from September to December 2020. Results: The results showed that it is possible to diagnose the complications of coronavirus that affects the respiratory tract in an accurate manner using chest CT imaging and the main results revealed that coronavirus COVID-19 affected all, but males more than female. (50-60) Age group was the big distribution while acute respiratory failure is the most common clinical etiology. The CT scan findings revealed that bilateral pneumonia was the common complication with a high incidence rate of 32% percent and blood coagulation achieved 5% percent as the minimum distribution result. Conclusion: The sensitivity of the CT scans in assessing COVID-19 was significantly high, it has the efficiency to assess complications of COVID-19 in an accurate manner, and therefore it has been proposed to use CT scan as a complementary method in covid-19 diagnosis. More studies on coronavirus disease were recommended by the author.