The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 9
Page No. 2318 - 2321

The Effect of Diving in the Sea in the Morning and Evening on Blood Serum Fibrinogen of Diver Men

Authors : Jaafar Tayebi and Reza Fatemi Motlagh

Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of diving in the sea in the morning and evening on fibrinogen of men divers. Therefore, ten divers of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad Red Crescent and Rescue volunteered to participate in the study with an average age of 32.83±2.63, weight 81.5±7.12 kg and height 178.73±2.88 cm. In the implementation of the present study, repeated pre-test and post-test with measuring were used. At 9 o’clock in the morning and three in the evening, the subjects shuttle dived for 20 min at a depth of 10 meters with an intensity of 40-50% of heart rate. Participants had a safety stop at a height of three meters to the water surface for five min. Before and after diving, seven cc blood samples were taken from all subjects. To analyze the results using descriptive statistics mean and standard deviation are offered and then fibrinogen is statistically analyzed in subjects using descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviations and drawing tables) and inferential statistics (independent t test and affiliates). To analyze the results, statistical analysis of variance with repeated measurements is used (0.05≥α). During this research, it was proved that environmental pressure increase caused by diving at sea (10 m) does not have a significant effect on blood fibrinogen of the diver.

How to cite this article:

Jaafar Tayebi and Reza Fatemi Motlagh, 2016. The Effect of Diving in the Sea in the Morning and Evening on Blood Serum Fibrinogen of Diver Men. The Social Sciences, 11: 2318-2321.

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