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When analyzing HRV indicators, as a rule, it is required:

• distinguish between primary and secondary indicators;

• know the purpose and standards of the most important indicators of HRV;

• understand what the deviation of a particular indicator in a certain direction means.

When analyzing charts, you must:

• clearly understand how a specific chart is built (which is delayed along the X axis, along the Y axis, etc.);

• present normal variations of graphic images;

• be able to highlight pathological phenomena on graphs and explain their origin.
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  1. The results of the study and their interpretation
    The study was conducted with fifth-year psychology students of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University in 2010. The number of subjects is 55, including 4 boys and 51 girls. The age of the subjects from 21 to 23 years. At the first stage of the study, the purpose of which was to identify the level of professional orientation of the subjects using the method of T. D.
    Methods based on statistical transformations: Statistical analysis Time analysis Analysis of short sections of a rhythmogram by G. V. Ryabykina et al. Geometric methods: Variation pulsometry according to R. M. Baevsky Correlation rhythmography: - analysis of a two-dimensional scatterogram - analysis of a histogram of a scatterogram - analysis of a slice of a histogram of a scatterogram
  3. Interpretation of stress test results
    Clinical aspects Typical symptoms of exertional angina pectoris, especially when combined with ST segment depression, are characteristic of patients with stenotic lesions of the coronary arteries and indicate the presence of IHD. During a stress test, the patient is asked to carefully describe the feeling of discomfort in order to ensure the presence of typical angina, and not chest pain
  6. Methods of analysis and interpretation of data, obtaining empirically sound generalizations, conclusions and recommendations
    The final stage of empirical sociological research involves the processing, analysis and interpretation of data, obtaining empirically sound generalizations, conclusions and recommendations. Data processing includes the following components: 1) Editing and coding of information. The main purpose of this step is to unify and formalize the information that was received in
  7. Analysis of the results of psychological analysis of the 1st and 2nd periods of activity led to the following understanding of the generalized structure of the state of psychological readiness
    It consists, as it were, of two motivated-volitional components: k-1 and k-2 k-1: motives of responsibility and duty, a state of confidence; K-2: motives of hostilities, a state of decisiveness. Moreover, the structure of the “state of confidence” is the motive for success; self-confidence, calculation; self-control; experiencing the state significance of the success of their activities. The structure of the “state
  8. Methods of processing and analysis of the results
    For processing and analysis of the obtained data, methods of mathematical statistics were used (significance of differences using Student's t-test, correlation and factor analyzes) using the Statistica computer program. Correlation analysis is a set of methods for statistical research of the interdependence between variables related to correlation relationships.
  9. Description and analysis of the results
    The results of the questionnaire allowed us to identify the attitude to military service, self-attitude and self-esteem of personal qualities, motives of professional activity, satisfaction with the service and experience of joining new collectives. The results of women and men can be seen in the following tables. Results of a questionnaire for women’s military personnel Table 1 Thus, among
  10. Analysis of the results of experimental work
    The experimental work was carried out in several stages: At the first stage, an assessment was made of the degree of students' interest in psychological and pedagogical knowledge, the degree of motivation for independent work, and self-education; At the second stage, the level of knowledge of cadets in the sections of the discipline "Military Psychology and Pedagogy" was subjected to experimental verification; power
  11. Mathematical and statistical analysis of the results
    Based on the data obtained, it is possible to construct schemes of significant relationships between the obtained indicators. 1st group {foto14} Fig. 27 The structure of the hierarchy between significant indicators (greater than 0.75) that affect the aggressiveness of group 1 {foto15} Fig. 28 Based on the data obtained, it is possible to construct schemes of significant connections between the obtained indicators. 2 group
  12. The analysis of arterial and mixed venous blood gases gave the following results:
    PaO2 = 69 mmHg. st .; PaCO2 = 42 mmHg. st .; SaO2 = 93%; PvO2 = 40 mmHg. Art. and SvO2 = 75%. Hemoglobin concentration - 15 g / 100
  13. “Analysis of the results of an empirical study of the formation and development of multi-ethnic competence of students, future education specialists”
    The fifth chapter examined the multi-ethnic competence of students, future specialists in the education of multi-ethnic regions (Russia, Estonia, Latvia and the Republic of Belarus) with the aim of conducting a comparative analysis, identifying problem areas and determining the psychological and acmeological conditions and means of developing multi-ethnic competence, as well as further developing programs
  14. Is it possible to LOSE QUICKLY, and HOW QUICKLY can LOSE?
    I know from experience that this question is asked one of the first in each lecture. We are always in a hurry somewhere. The "speed" of losing weight always depends on several factors. From age, general hormonal background, type of obesity and associated pathology, etc. The complex technique developed by me is based on personal experience, as well as on the use of the latest achievements and discoveries in the field of biochemistry
  15. HRV research methods
    According to international standards, HRV is investigated by two methods: 1) registration of L — L intervals for 5 minutes; 2) registration of L — L intervals during the day. Short-term recordings are often used for rapid assessment of HRV and various functional and drug tests. For a more accurate assessment of HRV and the study of circadian rhythms of autonomic regulation, use the method
  16. HRV OK
    Analysis of fetal HRV allows us to evaluate the functional state of CVS to determine the prognosis of pregnancy and childbirth. Evaluation of HRV allows you to effectively identify adaptation changes in the early neonatal period, age dynamics and stages of the formation of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, to determine the degree of synchronization of their interaction. In the first three days, improvement
    One of the urgent issues of HRV research is the reproducibility of the obtained indicators. Some researchers note the high reproducibility of the parameters of the time and spectral analysis of HRV, assessed by daily monitoring of patients' ECG on the 5-6th day after myocardial infarction. In this study, temporal analysis (HRV,
    ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION In patients with arterial hypertension (AH), a decrease in HRV is observed in general. The severity of the decrease depends, in turn, on the following factors: • age (HRV is lower in patients older than 40 years); • disease duration (HRV is lower when the duration of hypertension is more than 5 years); • forms of hypertension: with essential arterial hypertension and symptomatic endocrine
  19. HRV in healthy people
    HRV in healthy people allows us to assess their physiological standards, determined by gender, age, body position in space, ambient temperature, mental comfort, time of day, seasonality and other factors. HRV indicators are highly individualized, and dysregulation is indicated when indicators go beyond the value
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