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Abstract Title

Urine Density and Potential of Hydrogen of Urine in Basketball Male Players During the Simulated Match

Abstract Theme

Sport medicine and injury prevention

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter Luciane Aparecida Moscaleski - Municipal de São Caetano do Sul University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Simone Inácio de Lima - Municipal de São Caetano do Sul University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Rafael Mattias Pitta - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Aylton José Figueira Junior - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Maria Regina Ferreira Brandão - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Danilo Sales Bocalini - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Marcelo Callegari Zanetti - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Presenter Henrique Rodrigues Nunes - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Carla Giuliano Pinto Montenegro - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Presenter Yago de Moura Carneiro - Metodista de São Paulo University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Fábio de Rocha Lima - Cidade de São Paulo University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Luis Felipe Tubagi Polito - São Judas Tadeu University (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Black - 7        Date: 4 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Luciane Moscaleski

Abstract Resume

Background: The physical fitness and biochemical profile in adult basketball players are rare in the literature, and these knowledges are very important to correct prescription and
training load control in sport. Thus, the purpose of this study was to determine the influence of basketball simulated match in urine density and urine hydrogen potential (pH). 
Methods: It was evaluate ten male and eight female basketball professional players (weight average 86,52 ± 19,96 Kg) with the use of Combur Test® strips in the pre and post training
session. During the match the athletes could drink water at ad libitum and the water bottle was placed in side of playing court. The results were analyzed using descriptive statistics, Shapiro-Wilk
for Normality Test and Test T Student for Parametric variables and Wilcoxon Test for Non Parametric variables, adopting significance level of p < 0.05. We used The GraphPad Prism Software for Mac.
Results: We observed statistical difference between the initial weight 86,52 ± 20,33 Kg and the end weight 86,07 ± 19,97 Kg with small value of percentage delta (0,52%), and this
weight reduction can be occurred by sweating induced by thermoregulation process. Similar behavior to body weight, we found statistical difference between urine pH pre (6,05 ± 0,80) and urine pH post
training (5,30 ± 1,42), a value of percentage delta of 12,40%, but was not found statistical differences between urine density pre (1,02 ± 8,90) and urine density (1,02 ± 6,81) post training.
Conclusions: the training load and the ad libitum water intake were not sufficient to maintain the urine pH and the weight in professional basketball players during simulated game
match, but in the same time the workout load was not sufficient to alter the urine density in athletes.


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