Concentration of light hydrocarbons in exhaled air depending on metabolic syndrome risk factors

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Авторы: Kulikov V.Y.     Ruyatkina L.A.     Sorokin M.Y.     Shabanova E.S.     Baldin M.N.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Gruznov V.M.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Efimenko A.P.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Petrovsky D.V.     Shnaider E.P.     Moshkin M.P.    
дата публикации: 2011
The effect of metabolic syndrome risk factors on the content of light hydrocarbons (C2-C3) in exhaled air has been studied with the participation of students of Novosibirsk State Medical University. Gas chromatography was performed in an EKHO-EW-FID chromatograph with a short multichannel column. The study revealed sex related differences between the concentrations of light hydrocarbons in exhaled air. In addition, some factors, such as smoking and type 2 diabetes mellitus in relatives, affect the content of C2-C3 compounds in exhaled air of women only. However, overweight is correlated with the content of acetone (C3) in exhaled air only in men. Thus, the metabolic changes caused by the presence of age specific metabolic syndrome risk factors lead to the changes in the gas composition of exhaled air and can be detected and used for early diagnosis.
первоисточник: Human Physiology
том: 3
страницы: 329-333
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