Exercise and Sport Pharmacology

This new second edition of the book is divided into four parts: Section I provides the basics of pharmacology, exercise physiology, autonomic pharmacology, and the stress response; Section II presents chapters on major cardiovascular and ...

Author: Mark D. Mamrack

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000067194

Category: Medical

Page: 456

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Exercise and Sport Pharmacology is an essential book for teaching upper-level undergraduates or entry-level graduate students about how drugs can affect exercise and how exercise can affect the action of drugs. It leads students through the related pathology, exercise physiology, and drug action of many of today's chronically used medications, and discusses how drugs can affect exercise performance. This new second edition of the book is divided into four parts: Section I provides the basics of pharmacology, exercise physiology, autonomic pharmacology, and the stress response; Section II presents chapters on major cardiovascular and respiratory drug classes; Section III describes frequently prescribed medications for such common conditions as diabetes, depression, pain, fever, inflammation, and obesity; and Section IV includes discussions of nutritional supplements and commonly used drugs such as caffeine, nicotine, cannabis, and performance-enhancing drugs. The second edition offers many updates, enhances muscle cell physiology, includes the involvement of the gut microbiome, and each chapter has a new section on the effects of aging. In Sections II and III, chapters include an overview of the pathology that therapeutic drugs are designed to treat and how the drug works in the human body. In contrast to standard pharmacology texts, Exercise and Sport Pharmacology also includes the effect of exercise on the pathology of the condition and the effect of exercise on how the body responds to a drug. Each chapter has a section on whether the drugs under discussion have performance-enhancing potential. Section IV is concerned with self-medication and drugs or supplements taken without a prescription or with limited medical supervision. Throughout, figures and tables as well as data from experiments in exercise pharmacology help to illustrate and summarize content. Each chapter opens with an on-going case example to preview and apply chapter content. In the text, boldface terms indicate which concepts are contained in the book's Glossary. Chapters conclude with a Key Concepts Review and Review Questions.
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Pharmacology in Exercise and Sports

This is the first book to describe the pharmacological interaction of drugs and exercise with organ systems at molecular and cellular levels.

Author: Satu M. Somani

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0849385407

Category: Medical

Page: 380

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This is the first book to describe the pharmacological interaction of drugs and exercise with organ systems at molecular and cellular levels. It explains the effect of exercise on pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs, and the activation or induction of antioxidant enzymes which may take place via the adenosine receptor or may occur due to gene expression.
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Pharmacology Doping and Sports

Almost every subject who increases their erythrocyte volume will increase their aerobic exercise performance capability, and this ergogenic advantage is somewhat proportionate to the ... Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.

Author: Jean L. Fourcroy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134088805

Category: Medical

Page: 240

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The work of dope testers is constantly being obstructed by the development of ever harder-to-trace new forms of banned substances. Organisations such as the World Anti-Doping Association and the United States Anti-Doping Agency are pioneering cutting-edge techniques designed to keep competition at the highest level fair and safe, and must ensure that their drug testing laboratories adhere to the highest scientific standards. In Pharmacology, Doping and Sports these techniques and procedures are explained by the anti-doping experts who practice them. Broad-ranging in scope, this book examines the effects of performance-enhancing substances on the athlete’s health; the role of anti-doping procedures as an ethical question, and explains the background to, and the emergence of, the anti-doping movement. The book also offers in-depth analysis of key scientific matters, such as: standard analytical and diagnostic tests for sports doping regulatory standards for laboratory proficiency common performance-enhancing techniques such as anabolic and designer steroids, blood doping, growth hormones, and gene doping carbon-isotope ratio testing. Written by some of the world's leading authorities on the science of sports doping, Pharmacology, Doping and Sports provides an invaluable study of up-to-the-minute anti-doping techniques. This book is essential reading for all sports scientists, coaches, policy-makers, students and athletes interested in the science or ethics of doping in sport.
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Clinical Pharmacology in Athletic Training

Acute and Emergency Care in Athletic Training. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics; 2020. 8. Colberg SR, Sigal RJ, Fernhall B, et al. Exercise and type 2 diabetes. The American College of Sports Medicine and the American Diabetes Association: ...

Author: Michelle Cleary

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9781492594192

Category: Medical

Page: 368

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Athletic trainers have a responsibility to provide high-quality pharmaceutical care while meeting both legal and ethical requirements. Clinical Pharmacology in Athletic Training empowers athletic trainers with a functional understanding of pharmacology that enables them to formulate a treatment plan intended to mitigate disease and improve the overall health of their patients. This text incorporates the most up-to-date content from the 2020 Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) standards, and it emphasizes interprofessional practice to enable future and current athletic trainers to collaborate with other health professionals in a manner that optimizes the quality of care. Clinical Pharmacology in Athletic Training begins by addressing drug legislation and the legal aspects of the athletic trainer’s role in sport medication. The text provides an overview of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics with an emphasis on concepts relevant to clinical practice. Students are introduced to the generic and brand names, general classifications, and appropriate administration of drugs and are guided toward appropriate online reference materials. Part II of this text describes common medications for pain, inflammation, and infections. Part III includes medications for specific conditions, including respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, neurological, gynecological, and mental health conditions. The text also includes current information on opioid analgesics, cannabis, and cannabinoid-based medications. Clinical Pharmacology in Athletic Training teaches students to administer appropriate pharmacological agents for the management of the patient’s condition. The information includes indications, contraindications, dosing, interactions, and adverse reactions. The following features are included to aid in the learning process: Chapter objectives set the stage for the main topics covered in the chapter. Key terms are boldfaced to indicate terms of special importance, and a glossary of definitions is included at the back of the book. Red Flag sidebars highlight warnings and precautions for certain medications or medicolegal issues. Evidence in Pharmacology sidebars highlight recent research regarding medications. Clinical Application sidebars present real-life stories from the field of athletic training. Case studies highlight specific therapeutic medication applications and are accompanied by questions that prompt readers to think critically about the issues presented. Quick reference drug tables describe medication types, generic and brand names, pronunciations, common indications, and other special considerations for the athletic trainer. Over the past decade, there has been an increased emphasis on pharmacology in athletic training. Clinical Pharmacology in Athletic Training will equip students with appropriate skills and competencies, prepare them to meet patient needs, and enable them to work in interprofessional teams.
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ACSM s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription

The primary sources used to extract the information in Table A.1 were Pharmacology in Exercise and Sports (4) and Sport and Exercise Pharmacology (3). In addition, a literature search by generic drug name or class and exercise response ...

Author: ACSM

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9781609136055

Category: Medical

Page: 480

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The flagship title of the certification suite from the American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription is a handbook that delivers scientifically based standards on exercise testing and prescription to the certification candidate, the professional, and the student. The 9th edition focuses on evidence-based recommendations that reflect the latest research and clinical information. This manual is an essential resource for any health/fitness and clinical exercise professional, physician, nurse, physician assistant, physical and occupational therapist, dietician, and health care administrator. This manual give succinct summaries of recommended procedures for exercise testing and exercise prescription in healthy and diseased patients.
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Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine

See Pharmacology and exercise Exercise and seasonal rhythms. ... See also Benefits of exercise and sports; Exercise and disease prevention; Mental health benefits of sports and exercise Exercise dependence, 2:446–447.

Author: Lyle J. Micheli

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412961158

Category: Medical

Page: 1758

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Entries cover issues related to sports medicine, including diagnostic and treatment techniques, conditioning and training, diet and nutrition, doping and performance enhancement, injury prevention, and career opportunities.
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Endurance in Sport

In: Reilly, T. & Orme, M. (eds) The Clinical Pharmacology of Sport and Exercise, pp. 281-292. Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam. Rode, A. 8: Shephard, R.I. (1971) The influence of cigarette smoking upon the oxygen cost of breathing in ...

Author: R. J. Shephard

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470694824

Category: Medical

Page: 1008

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Endurance in Sport is a comprehensive and authoritative work on all aspects of this major component of sports science. The book also embraces medical and sport-specific issues of particular relevance to those interested in endurance performance. The scientific basis and mechanisms of endurance - physiological, psychological, genetic and environmental - are all considered in depth. Measurement of endurance is extensively reviewed as is preparation and training for physical activities requiring endurance.
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Physical Fitness sports Medicine

A Publication of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports ... Muscle Nerve MUSCLE AND NERVE ( BOSTON ) GIA Pneumonol Pol PNEUMONOLOGIA POLSKA ( WARSZAWA ) Pol J Pharmacol Pharm POLISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACY ...

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ISBN: PSU:000056048681

Category: Exercise

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Consists of citations selected from those contained in the National Library of Medicine's Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System.
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The Clinical Pharmacology of Sport and Exercise

The Clinical Pharmacology of Sport and Exercise T. Reilly and M. Orme , editors 271 The Role of Tranquillisers in Sport and Exercise A. Miles Dept. P.E. and Sports Studies , Worcester College of Higher Education , Henwick Grove ...

Author: Fundación Dr. Antonio Esteve. Symposium

Publisher: Excerpta Medica

ISBN: UOM:39015041060966

Category: Medical

Page: 308

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Hardbound. The problem of drug misuse is one that has concerned governing bodies in sport for nearly three decades. The use of drugs for ergogenic purposes becomes an issue of public concern.This symposium provided a forum for the collation of scientific evidence about the links between drugs and exercise. These proceedings describe the biological context in which drugs have an ergogenic or ergolytic consequence, the interactions between drugs and training effects and the risks to health of chronic drug use.
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The Endocrine System in Sports and Exercise

(1967) Routine detection and identification in urine of stimulants and other drugs, some of which may be used to modify performance in sport. ]ournal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 19, 273 —294. de Boer, D., Gainza Bernal, M.E., ...

Author: William J. Kraemer

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470757802

Category: Medical

Page: 648

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This valuable new addition to the Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine series provides a comprehensive and logical look at the principles and mechanisms of endocrinology as related to sports and exercise. It looks at growth hormone factors involved in exercise and the endocrinology of sport competition. It considers various factors and stresses on the body that may alter sporting performance. It covers topics from the acute responses and chronic adaptations of the human endocrine system to the muscular activity involved in conditioning exercise, physical labor, and sport activities. This book is an essential reference for helping to plan better programs of physical fitness, to prepare for sports competitions, and to manage the medical care of athletes.
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