Comparative Study on Cardiopulmonary Function of College Teachers--Taking Ningbo University as an Example
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Objective: To Compare the Differences in Cardiopulmonary Function between Teachers of Different Genders and Different Age Groups, and to Provide a Scientific Basis for Developing Health Promotion Intervention Strategies for College Teachers. Methods: 548 Teachers Who Participated in the Physical Examination of Ningbo University in 2018 Were Taken as the Research Object. Cardiopulmonary Function Indicators (Systolic Blood Pressure, Diastolic Blood Pressure, and Maximum Oxygen Uptake) Were Measured and Calculated. Non-Parametric Tests Were Used to Analyze the Statistical Data. Results: the Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure in All Age Groups Were Higher in Men than in Women (P <0.01). The Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure in Middle-Aged Female Teachers Was Higher Than That in Young People (P <0.01). The Maximum Oxygen Uptake of Male and Female Teachers the Amount Was Higher in the Young Group Than in the Middle-Aged Group (P <0.05). Conclusion: the Cardiopulmonary Ability of College Teachers Needs to Be Improved, and It is Necessary to Pay Attention to the Implementation of Sports Intervention Strategies.
College Teachers; Cardiopulmonary Function