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Hydrokinesiodynamic model for the assessment of endurance and efficiency of laboratory animals
N.N. Karkischenko, V.N. Karkischenko
Hydrokinesiodynamic model refers to hydrochannels with adjustable shock fluid and can be used for scientific purposes in the study of efficiency and endurance of the experimental animals (rats, dogs, etc.), as well as for the evaluation of the medicinal and food resources for these processes. Hydrochannel is equipped with a house-bait, located at the side of the feed flow of the liquid. Hydrochannel is equipped with strapping scale and special sensors of movement. The system provides for establishing and maintaining a constant temperature of the fluid, equipped with video cameras support, and house-bait - capacitive sensor connected to the shutdown system pumping fluid. Automatic control is carried out by a computer, on which closed all sensor systems. Model includes mathematical and hydrodynamic rationale clear quantitative assessment of the efficiency and endurance of the animals.
Key words: hidrokinesiodynamic model, efficiency, endurance, laboratory animals.
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Methods of studying physiological functions of laboratory animals for preclinical researches in sports medicine
V.N. Karkischenko, Yu.V. Fokin, L.Kh. Kazakova, O.V. Alimkina, N.V. Kasinskaya
Describes the techniques used in preclinical researches in the development of pharmacological substances for various purposes of sports medicine. Considered the basic motor, sensory and cognitive functions as well as endurance and performance.
Key words: laboratory animals, methodology, sports medicine, preclinical researches.