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Changes in Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Measurement Undergraduate Students During Exam Period


Dogan, S.; Nalcaci, N.; Dogan, S.; Badnjević, A.; Kurtović, A; Marjanović, Damir
Changes in Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Measurement Undergraduate Students During Exam Period // Journal of biometrics & biostatistics, 8 (2017), 2; 347-352 doi:10.4172/2155-6180.1000347 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, ostalo)


Naslov
Changes in Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Measurement Undergraduate Students During Exam Period

Autori
Dogan, S. ; Nalcaci, N. ; Dogan, S. ; Badnjević, A. ; Kurtović, A ; Marjanović, Damir

Izvornik
Journal of biometrics & biostatistics (2155-6180) 8 (2017), 2; 347-352

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, ostalo

Ključne riječi
Blood pressure ; Stress ; Bosnian females and males ; Statistical observations

Sažetak
Stress is a part of human life, especially for urban citizens. Stress is inseparable characteristics of student life, especially exam days. Stress management is one of the first steps which can affect students success during the exams, especially in universities. Blood pressure is the first stress observation symptom to understand its level. Therefore, to understand the stress impact of university students during the exam weeks, a conditional experiment has been designed. 200 students were selected from Bosnian and Turkish female and male. The students` blood systolic, diastolic and heart rate were measured to detect the differences between non-exams days and exam days. The blood pressure measurement has been done 3 times in specific times, non-exam days, midterm and final days. Since non-exam days were taken as stress off days, they were supposed that these days were control data to compare with exam days to see the differences. As a result of the measurements, Bosnian females showed the highest increasing, systolic 13.2%, diastolic 9.3% and heart rate 8.5% during the midterm exam days. The group has been followed by Bosnian males, systolic 6.9%, diastolic 6.1% and heart rate 6.63 increased during the midterm days. Although Turkish students blood pressure and heart rate increased, the values were less than Bosnian students. Moreover, high correlation significance results belonged to Bosnian females and males, 0.722 and 0.698 respectively. Finally, it was concluded that if students have scholarship they have more blood pressure during the exams. While 95% of Bosnian females and 90% of Bosnian males have some scholarship, no Turkish students have scholarship demonstrated the differences between Bosnian and Turkish students blood measurements.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut za antropologiju

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Damir Marjanović, (279190)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Dogan, S.; Nalcaci, N.; Dogan, S.; Badnjević, A.; Kurtović, A; Marjanović, Damir
Changes in Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Measurement Undergraduate Students During Exam Period // Journal of biometrics & biostatistics, 8 (2017), 2; 347-352 doi:10.4172/2155-6180.1000347 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, ostalo)
Dogan, S., Nalcaci, N., Dogan, S., Badnjević, A., Kurtović, A. & Marjanović, D. (2017) Changes in Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Measurement Undergraduate Students During Exam Period. Journal of biometrics & biostatistics, 8 (2), 347-352 doi:10.4172/2155-6180.1000347.
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