Effect Of Physical Exercises On Serum Electrolyte

  title={Effect Of Physical Exercises On Serum Electrolyte},
  author={Ugwuja Smauel Emenike and Obeagu, Emmanuel Ifeanyi and Ochei Kingsley Chinedum and Ogbu Robert Okechukwu and Agoha Silas Chineneye},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences},
The effect of physical exercise on serum electrolyte was estimated in this work with interest on the effect of short duration exercise(45 minutes) on serum sodium,potassium,chloride and bicarbonate.The samples for analysis were collected randomly from athletes,football players,volley ball players and handball players at two instatnts,pre-exercise and post-exrecise.Samples were also collected from individuals not active in these physical exercises as control.The mean values and standard error… 
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