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PRAC TICAL APPROACH OF TOTAL HAEMOGLOBIN MASS AND BLOOD VOLUME MEASUREMEN T WI TH CARBON MONOXIDE REBIR THING METHOD IN ROUTINE TRAINING PRACTICE

I. Е. ZELENKOVA, S. V. ZOTKIN, A. A. GRUSHIN RUSSIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE INNOVATION CENTER, MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Haemoglobin is one of the crucial important proteins in oxygen transport that contains in the red blood cells and it level is important for endurance exercise. With the standart biochemistry test sometimes is not possible to measure the amount of haemoglobin and precise it changes. Total haemoglobin mass (tHb-mass) refers to the total amount of Hb within the body, irrespective of compartmental fluid volumes. There is a strong relationship between tHb-mass and maximal oxygen uptake. A 1 g increase in tHb-mass results in an increase in maximal oxygen uptake of approximately 4 ml/min. This fact shoes that tHb-mass may also is closely related to endurance performance. THb-mass and blood volume is useful to measure to understand current level of performance, individual response to hypoxia, talent identification in young athletes and for detect blood doping. The aim of the present review was to discuss advantages of new method and elucidate the main points how this method can be applied to routine training practice.
Keywords: 
total haemoglobin mass; blood volume; maximal oxygen uptake; hypoxic training.