DOI: https://doi.org/10.32652/nos.v0i2.134693

Бронхиальная астма физического напряжения: проблемы профилактики и требования WADA

Лариса Гунина

Аннотация


В статье показано, что бронхиальная астма физического напряжения, возникновение которой хотя и непосредственно связано профессиональной деятельностью спортсменов, имеет в своей основе нарушения морфологических, иммунных и биохимических механизмов, а также четкие диагностические критерии. Освещены современные педагогические, организационные и фармакологические методологии профилактики бронхоспазма, который и обусловливает тяжесть состояния спортсменов и невозможность дальнейших физических нагрузок. Проанализированы возможности использования различных лекарственных средств с учетом того, что многие из них относятся на сегодня к запрещенным Всемирным антидопинговым агентством препаратам.

Ключевые слова


Спорт; физические нагрузки; бронхиальная астма физического напряжения; бронхоспазм; диагностика; профилактика

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