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Jacek Wilczyński, Przemysław Karolak, Joanna Karolak, Igor Wilczyński and Agnieszka Pedrycz

B ibliography 1. Konrad P, ABC EMG Practical introduction to kinesiology electromyography. Technomex, Gliwice 2007: 5-12; 2. Chuanxin M, Kangwoo L, et al. Vowel generation for children with cerebral palsy using myocontrol of a speech synthesizer. Frontiers in human neuroscience 2014; 8: 1077; 3. Shewman T, Konrad P, Superficial electromyography (SEMG) Clinical sequential tests and biofeedback. Technomex, Gliwice 2011: 4-5; 4. Ali A, Sundaraj K, et al. Muscle Fatigue in the Three Heads of the Triceps Brachii During a Controlled Forceful

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Tadeusz Doboszyński, Bogdan Łokucijewski, Piotr Siermontowski, Marek Rejman and Romuald Olszański


The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of composition of various breathing mixes on physical capacity of rats swimming in hyperbaric conditions. The said effect was determined on the basis of results of a swim test performed in a pressure chamber. The study was performed with the use of atmospheric air, a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen (N2/O2) at a ratio of 89.5/10 and 92/7.5, as well as a mixture of argon and oxygen at a ratio of 79.5/20 (Ar/O2). The tests were conducted at a pressure range between 0-4 atm. The results suggest that the physical capacity of the tested animals decreased along with pressure increase regardless of the breathing mix used. Due to the fact that the burdening of rats with physical effort in hyperbaric conditions intensifies the adverse effects of components of breathing mixes on their performance, it seems appropriate to continue the study of physiological responses to breathing mixtures of various compositions in human body subjected to physical effort while under water.

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Anna Kwaśna, Stefan Szczepan, Aleksandra Spirydowicz and Krystyna Zatoń

References 1. Biddle S.J.H., Fox K.R., Boutcher S.H. Physical activity and psychological well-being. Washington D.C.: Taylor & Francis. 2000; 2. Meyer K., Bucking J. Exercise in heart failure: Should aqua therapy and swimming be allowed? Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 2004, 36, 2017-2023; 3. Stallman K.R. Reflections on philosophical issues on lifesaving. S. Avramidis (Ed.), Handbook on safety and lifesaving. Piraeus, Greece: European Lifeguard Academy. 2008, 444-450; 4. Prins J

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Augustyn Dolatkowski, A. Szczeblewska, Lucjan Łaba and Bogdan Łokucijewski

B ibliography 1. Bomski H., Markiewicz K. Blood glucose curve during Hines-Brown test. Polski Tygodnik Lekarski, no. 3, p.98, 1957; 2. Charłampowicz-Laszczkowa C. Microchemical medical analyses of blood and urine. Cracow, 1949; 3. Daszyński J. Behaviour of blood glucose level depending on analysis time, Przegląd Lekarski no. 5, p. 155. 1958; 4. Davies R. Deep diving and submarine operation. Part I. The St. Catherine Press Ltd. London. 1959 26 – 40; 5. Dolatkowski A. – Collection of Works, Gdynia, 1957; 6. Heller J., Steblowska