2017, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Comparative study of selected cardio respiratory variables of industrial and non-industrial inhabitants
Author(s): Dr. Ajay Vasantrao Gulhane
The study aimed to compare the cardio respiratory variables of Industrial and Non-industrial inhabitants of Amravati city. A total of fifty (50) subjects, comprising 25 industrial and 25 as Non-industrial inhabitants of Amravati city which were randomly selected for the study. The Subjects were selected by using simple random sampling. The age of the subjects ranged between 25-35 years. To analyze the cardio respiratory variables such as Haemoglobin amount, Exhale capacity, Resting heart rate and VO2 Max. Of the subjects of both the groups I.e. Industrial and non- Industrial group the following tests or equipments were used. Haemometer for measuring Haemoglobin percentage or amount. Peak flow meter for measuring Exhale capacity. A digital Stop watch for recording time during Heart Rate count. Vo2max. Bench for Cardiovascular Endurance of both Industrial and Non-industrial inhabitants the games. The analysis of data was done by using statistical technique ‘t’- test for finding the significance difference of selected Cardio Respiratory variables between Industrial and Non-industrial inhabitants of Amravati city and the level of significance was set at 0.05 levels (p<0.05). The findings means and standard deviation of selected cardio respiratory variables of industrial inhabitants viz. Haemoglobin amount is (12.82 ± 1.07), Exhale capacity is (398.4 ± 64.91), Resting heart rate is (77.66 ± 6.09) and VO2 Max is (58.24 ± 7.25) and the findings means and standard deviation of selected cardio respiratory variables of Non-industrial l inhabitants viz. Haemoglobin amount is (13.87± 2.93), Exhale capacity is (448 ± 66.39), and Resting heart rate is (73.84 ± 5.25) and VO2 Max is (61.66 ± 5.52). Hence the Non-industrial inhabitants were found with sound cardio respiratory capacities as compared to Industrial Inhabitants the difference might be due to the pollution of industries which directly or indirectly affects the population (people) residing in industrial area.
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Dr. Ajay Vasantrao Gulhane. Comparative study of selected cardio respiratory variables of industrial and non-industrial inhabitants. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2017;2(2):69-71.