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Advancements in Cardiovascular Research

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Comparison of Aerobic Capacity and Cardiopulmonary Response to the Leger Test in University of Mexico and Colombia

Volume 1 - Issue 3

Pereira Rodríguez Javier Eliecer*, Quintero Gómez Juan Camilo, Bravo Acevedo Sandra, Flores Posadas Uriel Eduardo, Flores Rodríguez Julio, Marin Herrera Luis and Santamaría Pérez Karla Noelly

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    • Specialist in Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Magister in Health Sciences, Magister in Educational Innovation, Colombia

    *Corresponding author: Pereira Rodríguez Javier Eliecer, Specialist in Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Magister in Health Sciences, Magister in Educational Innovation, Colombia

Received: July 26, 2018;   Published: August 10, 2018

DOI: 10.32474/ACR.2018.01.000112

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Abstract

Introduction and objective: The 20 Meter Shuttle Run Test (20mSRT) is a cardiorespiratory fitness test that measures maximal aerobic power and indirectly maximum oxygen consumption; which, the larger it is, the greater the capacity of that organism to produce energy through aerobic metabolism. The objective was to compare the aerobic capacity and cardiopulmonary response of university students in Puebla, Mexico against university students in Cúcuta, Colombia.

Materials and methods: Observational, descriptive and cross-sectional study with 2 groups of 100 participants of average age of 20.5±3 and 21±2 years for Mexicans and Colombians respectively. Anthropometry, vital signs, climatic conditions and the 20mSRT test were obtained. In addition, it was analyzed by means of the non-parametric Mann-Whitney test and then ANOVA with post hoc test using the Scheffe test.

Results: 56% (62% Mex and 50.5% Col.) Of the participants had a BMI of normal weight, 9.5% (7% Mex and 6% Col.) Underweight and for overweight and obesity was 26% (28% Mex and 24% Col.) And 8.5% (9% Mex. And 8% Col.) Respectively. Regarding abdominal circumference, 93.73±11.84 and 81.37±12.20 were found for Mexican and Colombian university students, respectively. The VO2max. in the Mexican university students it was 34.7±6.06 with 672.8±385.4 meters and in the Colombian universities it was 32.9±7.12 with 533.8±371.3 meters.

Conclusion: No significant differences were found in BMI (p=0.967), abdominal circumference (p=0.258), VO2max. (p=0.089) nor hemodynamic variables such as maximum heart rate (p=0.344), arterial oxygen saturation (p=0.811), TAS (p=0.945) and TAD (p=0.597) post test. In both groups, the results of aerobic capacity were below the “Good” or “Excellent” aerobic capacity.

Keywords: Maximum oxygen volume; Leger test; Stress test; Aerobic capacity

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