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EXAM review - EXAM 3/29 Chapters 8,9,10,12,14,22. Blood...

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Chapters 8,9,10,12,14,22. Blood doping, EPO, Diuretics, Analgesics, Caffine Cocaine? http://www.wada-ama.org/en/Science-Medicine/TUE/ theraputic use exemption article. Pgs 5-12. What’s involved in blood doping? Auto versus heterologus Use of epo, makes bone marrow increase RBC production. No checks and balances of EPO and blood doping. Down sides is Increase in BP during exercise more than normal increase in blood viscosity. International ski federation hemoglobin levels were increasing for several years then decreased 16.5 for males 18.5 for female 45% males hematicrit levels 38% females Autologus is tuff to find w/o longitudinal data. Diuretics. -Most common is lasyics, loop diuretic, decrease in plasma volume and increase in urine volume. diamox another loop diuretic, alleviate mountain sickness. mostly used for masking tests of urine to make diluted. ergonicity would be like wrestles losing weight to make a lower level most water taken from plasma. bad for CV system
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EXAM review - EXAM 3/29 Chapters 8,9,10,12,14,22. Blood...

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