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.52 km. Moreover, intensity factor (IF) was 0.696 measured. Training Stress score was 54.2 measured from system. The total work was measured at 661 Kj. This work is reliable for this distance and road profile. Furthermore, the total strokes were measured

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was identified as a stroke at this time with extremely high bpm, or if a real stroke could not be identified, then a strikingly low bpm would appear. Since such cases may occur, it is important that you do not have to repeat the entire measurement. For

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gasses of the multi-gas analyzer. Table 7 illustrates the percentage of uncertainty and accuracy of the measurements. Fig. 1. Experimental test rig Table 5. Specifications of test rig Parameters Specifications Make TECH-ED Model Four stroke single

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sensor acts as a variable electrical resistance element which consists of movable iron core that provides a linear sliding motion and smooth contact with fixed resistance. It has a maximum value of electrical resistance equal to (530 Ω), while the stroke

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secondary concentrate of heavy non-magnetic mineral. The pre-controlled conditions of this process were optimized by using a feed rate of 5 kg/h, water flow rate of 4 L/min, stroke length of 10 mm and table inclination of 8°. The obtained heavy non

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fluid to flow which changes the damping force. The MR damper adopted in this research is a short stroke damper. The damper provided is a monotube with 10.8 cm stroke (full extension), but the maximum stroke of the damper is restricted to 10.4 cm to avoid

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: I. Rurik, E. Gyömörei, L. Biró, K. Nagy, A. Regöly-Mérei, and M. Antal

The aim of this study was to evaluate the nutritional status of elderly belonging to one primary care office. Twenty-seven men and 26 women, all over 60 years, were involved. Nutritional assessment, anthropometric measurements were performed, serum proteins, lipid and iron status and haematological parameters were determined. Energy and protein intake was sufficient, but the distribution of energy with a high fat and low carbohydrate was inadequate. Iron, copper, calcium, retinol and folate intake was lower, whereas sodium, ascorbic acid and cobalamin intake was higher than the Hungarian recommendation. The prevalence of obesity characterized by body mass index or waist circumference was higher in women than in men. The percentage of pathological levels of lipid parameters was also higher in women. No iron deficient erythropoesis was detected, but high serum ferritin concentration as a marker of body iron store was determined in some cases.  General practitioners have possibilities to influence the nutritional habits of elderly, thereby reducing the incidence of obesity, cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Iron status of Hungarian elderly looks to be satisfactory, so supplementation without testing the iron status would be useless and harmful.

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2000 Keli, S.O., Feskens, E.J.M. & Kromhout, D. (1994): Fish consumption and risk of stroke: The Zutphen study. Stroke , 25 , 328

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: A. Kisbenedek, Sz. Szabo, E. Polyak, Z. Breitenbach, A. Bona, L. Mark, and M. Figler

Margaill , I., Plotkine , M. & Lerouet , D. (2005): Antioxidant strategies in the treatment of stroke. Free Radic. Biol. Med., 39 , 429–443. Lerouet D. Antioxidant strategies in the

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. Mizutani , K. , Ikeada , K. , Kawai , Y. & Yamori , Y. ( 2000 ): Resveratrol attenuates ovariectomy-induced hypertension and bone loss in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats . J. Nutr. Sci. Vitaminol. , 46 , 78 – 83

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