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Eight well-trained males carried out squat jump and countermovement jump with large (SJL and CMJL) and with small (SJS and CMJS) range of motion to study the influence of trunk position on joint recruitment pattern and jumping height. The main criteria in SJS and CMJS were to maintain trunk in near vertical position during execution. Joint angles,(More)
Malignant tumors are often accompanied by increased risk for procoagulant activity, thrombosis and embolism. As a marker indicating such disturbancies is D-dimer, a product of fibrinolysis. In this retrospective study almost 300 patients with malignant tumors were evaluated. During LMWH treatment (as thromboprophylaxis) the highest frequency of VTE with(More)
In the present study we investigated displacement, time, velocity and acceleration history of center of mass (COM) and electrical activity of knee extensors to estimate the dominance of the factors influencing the vertical velocity in squat jumps (SJs), countermovement jumps (CMJs) and drop jumps (DJs) performed with small (40°) and large (80°) range of(More)
In the present study we investigated kinematical characteristics of the knee and ankle extensors to estimate the length change properties of the contractile and the passive elements in countermovement jumps (CMJ) and drop jumps (DJ) performed with small (40°) and large (80°) range of joint motion (SRM and LRM). At SRM the accelerations at maximal muscle(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of fast and slow relaxation of the knee extensor muscle of the dominant leg on torque-time curve of the unilaterally contracting contralateral muscle. Eight adult male subjects were recruited without bilateral deficit. In Task 1 subjects exerted bilateral and unilateral torque and bilateral index was(More)
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