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  • Sports participation related to injuries and illnesses among ambulatory youth with chronic diseases: results of the health in adapted youth sports study. [Journal Article]
    BMC Sports Sci Med Rehabil 2019; 11:36Lankhorst K, de Groot J, … HAYS study group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Participation in sports ≥2 times per week does not pose a significant increased risk in the incidence of injury or illness per 1000 h of PA in youth with CDPD compared to their peers who participate less frequent (once weekly) and compared to non-sports participants. Athletes who participate in sports at least twice weekly get injured mostly during their sporting activities, while peers who do participate in sports once a week or not at all, get injured during less intense physical activities during physical eduction lessons, ADL or non-organized sports and play in leisure time. The social impact of injuries or illnesses was limited.
  • [Homoarginine level and methionine-homocysteine balance in patients with ischemic heart disease.] [Journal Article]
    Klin Lab Diagn 2019; 64(9):516-524Zhloba AA, Subbotina TF, … Polushin YS
  • The level of homoarginine (hArg) in terms of prognostic significance may exceed the natriuretic peptides and other well-known markers according to the latest data about the progression of cardiovascular diseases. The lack of data on the association of hArg levels with levels of other metabolites makes it difficult to understand its role in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular diseases. Relationship…
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