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RESEARCH ON CHANGES OF RESCUER’S ENERGY CONSUMPTION DEPENDING ON THEIR ACTIVITY AND TYPE OF RESPIRATORY PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

A.L. Gireada, G. A. Gaman, D. Pupazan, C. Nicolescu
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

Under intense stress, energy consumption undergoes essential changes that largely depend on functional characteristics of the respiratory system, which in turn are in close correlation with the body’s training degree and physical demand. During a pronounced dynamic effort, there is a progressive decrease in blood oxygen saturation and an increase of pulse.
Cardiac rhythm is a physiological parameter commonly used in telemonitoring as it allows the assessment of rescuer’s general condition, heart rhythm disorders being recorded promptly and the variations being easily differentiated between abnormal and normal. Blood oxygen saturation is a global blood oxygenation indicator, monitoring the cardiovascular and respiratory levels, when resting and under effort.
The physical parameters of rescuers will be monitored by means of energy consumption measuring devices. They allow the measurement of work times, calories consumed during training, heart rate and monitor the effort put into training, measuring the recovery period.
The paper aims at identifying optimal physical training tracks for rescuers, taking into account their energy consumption, depending on the type of equipment used and the activities carried out during training.

Keywords: Intervention and rescue personnel, energy consumption, training facility, monitoring, pulse


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