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Korean Journal of Preventive Medicine 1971;4(1): 1-18.
Heart Axis Rotation Due to Exercise.
Tae Jun Lee
ABSTRACT
Eleven nonathletes and eleven athletes wore exorcised on a otandardised Harvard step test, and the average rate of chance in QRS amplitude in lead III of the electocadiogram associated with heart rotation and the average change in rate of heart beat were observed. 1. After the Harvard step exercise, the average rate of change in QRS amplitude in lead III of both groups increased. This was due to the clockwise rotation of the heart and was associated with respiratory movement. The diaphragm was inferred to remain for a while in a relatively more insapiratory position. 2. After the Harved step exercise, a high correlation between the recovery of the average rate of change in QRS amplitude in lead III and the average change in rate of heart beat was observed in the athletic group. 3. In the nonathletic group there was no significant correlation between the average rate of QRS amplitude change and the average rate of change of heart beat. 4. Athletes were assumed to be trained to ventilate quickly at their maximum ability, using deep descending movements of the diaphragm and other respiratory musclature. Consequently, the average in rate of heat beat also recovered quickly. 5. Nonath1etes were inferred not to have been trained to adjust quickly to ventilate so efficiently with their diaphragm movement and other respiratory, musculature, and are characterised by their longer time to complete recovery.
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