The Influence of Isotonic Liquid and Non-Isotonic Liquid in Speeding Up Recovery Process Treadmill on 21-24 Years Old at FK UNPRI
AbstractIsotonic liquid and non-isotonic liquid generally is used for rehydration process in a state of dehydration, as in the case of diarrhea, throws up, sufferers of chronic diseases, excessive sweating like an athlete. presence of isotonic fluid and non isotonic liquid as first line to resolve dehydration especially mild dehydration. To know the influence of isotonic liquid and non isotonic liquid in speeding up recovery process, then study experimental was conducted with randomized controlled trial. Data sample was taken from inclusion, exclusion is not smoking, and criteria for drop out. Activities treadmill carried out by the sample was done by pre-test post-test method which is conducted for 4 days of monitoring from one sample. The results of the analysis prove that isotonic fluid has a significant effect on the time of blood pressure and HR recovery (p=0.000 < 0.05). which mean, giving non-isotonic fluids succeeded in speed up recovery time for blood pressure and HR. The results of the analysis prove that recovery time blood pressure due to the influence of isotonic fluid faster than recovery time of blood pressure due to the influence of non-isotonic fluids. This means isotonic fluid gived more significant influence compared to non-isotonic liquids against recovery time of blood pressure (p 0.019 < 0.05). following of analysis results prove that HR recovery time due to the influence of isotonic fluid much faster than HR recovery time due to the effect of non-isotonic fluids. This means isotonic fluid gives more significant influence than non isotonic fluid to HR recovery time (p =0.013 < 0.05). Thus, can be concluded that effect of isotonic fluid much more significant than the effect of non isotonic fluids against the recovery time of blood pressure (p 0.019 < 0.05) and the effect of isotonic fluid much more significant than the effect of non isotonic fluids to HR recovery time (p =0.013 < 0.05).
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