Current Approach of Physiology to Therapeutics and Rehabilitation is an attempt to provide in depth research views in physiology pertaining to Neurophysiology, Exercise & Sport Physiology, Endocrine, Cardiovascular Science, Ergonomics, Nutrition & Biochemistry which can be valuable sources to spur researches in therapeutics and rehabilitation. This book comprising of sixteen chapters by leading scientists of the world from United States, Greece, Malaysia, Pakistan and India discusses current researches and trends. This book will be useful for Physiologists, Physiotherapists, Research Scholars, Ergonomists and professionals of medical sciences.
G. L. Khanna.: Dean, Health Sciences, Faridabad Institute of Technology Manav Rachna Educational Institutions, Sector 43, Delhi-Surajkund Road Faridabad - 121001, India
Preface / Cellular and Molecular Mechanism of Sleep-Dependent Memory Processing: Causal Interplay between Cellular Activation and Expression of Genes / Serotonin Receptor Subtypes and Sexual Receptivity in the Female Rat / Cerebellar Control of Viscero-Motor Activity / Intermittent Hypoxia-induced Autonomic Morbidities: An Imbalance in Homeostatic Mechanisms / Melatonin in Depressive Disorders - Role of Agomelatine / Nickel Toxicities: Role of Oxidative Stress and Protective Antioxidants (L-Ascorbic Acid and Alpha-tocopherol / Seat-desk: Some Ergonomic Design Concerns / Ergonomics in Sports: Indian Context / Sports Sciences: Irrefutable Realities of Modern Sport / Comparison of a Linear and a Daily Undulating Periodized Training Program for Maximal Strength in Male Air Force Cadets / Endurance and Strength Training during the Pre-Season Period in Greek Professional Soccer Teams / A Study to Compare the Post Exercise Heart Rate Recovery Between Coronary Artery Disease Risk Factors and Normal Adults / Effect of Training on Physiological and Biochemical Variables of Indian Football Players of Various Age Groups / Critical Power Testing in Acute Hypobaric Hypoxia / Muscular Strength Changes in Women aged 45-50 years following Resistance Training / Hydration in Sportspersons.