عنوان مقاله [English]
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of mortality and death in all areas of the world except Africa. This study aimed at the effect of eight-week combined training on Endostatin and VEGF gene expression in CABG patients.This is an applied and semi-experimental research with two groups (interventional and control), which was conducted as a pretest and posttest. 30 middle-aged CABG men were selected using purposive sampling based on inclusion criteria. Participants were randomly divided into two groups of control and combined training. Quantitative Real-time PCR was utilized to measure Endostatin and VEGF gene expression levels. The eight-week combined exercise training was conducted in three sessions per a week. Dependent t-test and independent t-test were used to data analysis. A significant increase was observed after eight weeks of combined training on VEGF gene expression in CABG patients. (p=0.001), but it was not Significant on Endostatin gene expression( p=0.38) . Eight weeks of combined Cardiac Rehabilitation training as the protocol used in this research increased the expression of the VEGF gene in CABG patients , but there were not any significant changes on Endostatin gene expression by this way. As a result, the increase in the VEGF gene is one of the results of adaptation to the combined exercise activity used in this study, and it appears that physical activity is an important and effective factor in the process of angiogenesis, and can play a key role in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
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