Adaptation to intermittent hypoxia: dynamics of blood oxygen saturation and some hematological parameters

Katuntsev VP, Zakharov SYu, Sukhostavtseva TV, Puchkova AA
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Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center, Moscow, Russia

Correspondence should be addressed: Vladimir P. Katuntsev
Dyshinskaya, 14, kv. 82, Moscow, 111024; ur.xednay@takpv

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Funding: the study was carried out under the State Assignment for FMBA, with no additional funding.

Acknowledgements: the authors thank all volunteers who participated in this study.

Author contribution: Katuntsev VP conceived and designed the study, wrote the manuscript; Zakharov SYu, Sukhostavtseva TV, Puchkova AA collected and analyzed the obtained data; Sukhostavtseva TV performed statistical analysis; Zakharov SYu, Sukhostavtseva TV edited the manuscript.

Received: 2020-09-07 Accepted: 2020-11-17 Published online: 2020-11-30
Fig. 1. TdSpO2 and TrSpO2 values during hypoxic gas beathing (FIO2 = 10%) before and after the 14-day IHT regimen. * — p < 0.05 for comparisons with pretraining values
Table 1. Oxygen saturation (SpO2), heart rate (HR), systolic (SBP) and diastolic (DBP) pressures in the participants during hypoxic gas breathing
Note: IHT — intermittent hypoxic training; * — p < 0.05 for comparisons with pretraining data
Table 2. Hematological parameters of red blood cells and erythropoietin levels before and after the IHT program
Note: * — p < 0.05 for comparisons with pretraining data.