Simulation using regression analysis individual parameters of cerebral circulation depending on constitutional parameters of a body in practically healthy women with mesomorphic somatotype


  • V. V. Semenchenko
Keywords: healthy women mesomorphic somatotype, cerebral hemodynamics, anthropometric indices, regression models

Abstract

The article describes the individual performance regression models of cerebral blood flow in practically healthy women mesomorphic somatotype based on consideration of their constitutional parameters. Of the 5 possible peak rheoencephalography performance built 3 (base impedance, amplitude incision and amplitude of diastolic wave) with a coefficient of determination R2 from 0,517 to 0,573; of 5 possible time rheoencephalography performance built only 2 (duration of the cardiac cycle and a downward portion of rheogram) with a coefficient of determination R2 0,613 and 0,582; and from 8 possible rheoencephalography derived indicators built only 1 (dicrotic index) with a coefficient of determination R2 0,509. Constructed models of determination coefficient greater than 0.5 most often include: for peak performance rheoencephalography - covering body size (35,0%), cephalometric rates (25,0%), thickness of skin and fat folds and body diameters (15,0%); for time rheoencephalography indicators - evenly covering body size, cephalometric indicators, thick of skin and fat folds and the diameter of the body (by 14,3%).

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Semenchenko, V. V. (2017). Simulation using regression analysis individual parameters of cerebral circulation depending on constitutional parameters of a body in practically healthy women with mesomorphic somatotype. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (28), 24-27. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/221