Is There any relation between Normal Pulse Rate and Watching Cricket?

 

Muhammad Imran Qadir, Arslan Hassan*

Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan

*Corresponding Author E-mail: arslanhaxxan069@gmail.com

 

ABSTRACT:

The objective of present study was to corelate the people’s interest in watching cricket with the normal pulse rate. Pulse rate measurement is mostly performed examination in health care.  Electrocardiography is golden standard among different methods for measurement of heart rate.There are also variations of interests for watching sport like cricket among people. There is a high range diversity of fans in this world that see cricket in their own prospective. The result of present survey is that pulse rate has non-significant relation with the cricket loving.

 

KEYWORDS: Pulse rate, Cricket, Electrocardiography.

 

 


INTRODUCTION:

Nowadays health care of home is increasing and fluctuating discipline. The inaccessible monitoring of dynamic symbols contains not only high-level accurateness analytic devices and also modest ones and available for everybody. Pulse rate measurement is mostly performed examination in health care.  Electrocardiography (ECG) is golden standard among different methods for measurement of heart rate. Though footage electrical potential produced by heart needs suitable submission of conductors which may too complex and irritating in houses. Thermal imaging, Doppler phenomenon including both optical and ultrasonic and piezoelectric measurement are the other methods which also can measure the pulse rate. There is also Photoplethysmography (PPG) for measuring cardiac pulse rate. It employs variations of the ocular belongings of a selected skin involved by exciting body fluid content.

 

The distinctive application of PPG practices devoted light source, e.g. Near-infrared light.  When the reflected intensity of light changes from skin parallel to a volume of perfusion of blood. It is also possible that pulse rate can be measured from human face by using daylight as source of illumination. Poh et al. made a robust technique for calculation of pulse rate from digital colorful recording of video of human face. The blind source separation is the basis for colorful frequency into autonomous components.

 

Different people have different interests for everything. Some like sports and games as they make them fit when they play and some dislike them as they consider them time wastage. There are also variations of interests for watching sport like cricket among people. There is a high range diversity of fans in this world that see cricket in their own prospective. Some people take interest in watching test cricket some in ODI and some are interested in T20 cricket. There is difference among fans like some are true or diehard fan of cricket they see all formats matches even their best team is playing or not. There are also fans that have no idea how to play cricket but watch matches of cricket. Some people claim that they know everything of cricket and can tell outcome of the match before it’s been played but they are wrong they have solid excuses as well. Some like cricket just of their favourite player and watch his all matches and try to become like him. Those people who are more interested in cricket can do commentary on whole match. Some people just watch matches of their country and hate other winners like Indian cricket fans hate Pakistan when they win. There is also extremist who react on every ball and shot that were played. In this way cricket have wide diversity of interests among people.

 

The objective of present study was to relate the normal pulse rate with watching cricket.

 

MATERIAL AND METHOD:

Protocol of measurement of pulse rate:

First of all, we checked the pulse rate of all students for one minute which were between from 57 to 102. Then we questioned them that whether they had interest in watching cricket or not. They told us their interests and we made a list to differentiate that from which range of pulse rate people take interests in watching cricket. Then we calculated the average and standard deviation of the data. Total of 180 students participated in these studies. All the participant were the students of Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan.

 

Questionnaire was prepared to corelate the pulse rate with interest for cricket.

 

Statistical analysis:

Statistical analysis was performed by Microsoft Excel.

Students T-Test was used to analyze the results. p<0.05 was considered as significant.

 

RESULT AND DISCUSSION:

Table.1Interest in watching cricket with respect to pulse rate in males

Yes

No

81.76 ± 9.88

76.85 ± 9.16

P=0.09 (p<0.05 as significant)

 

Table. 2 Interest in watching cricket with respect to pulse rate in females

Yes

No

79.13±11.12

75.69±11.52

p=0.13(p<0.05 as significant)

 

From these table 1 and 2 it is clear that p value is higher than the standard value so it’s a non-significant relation between interests in cricket and pulse rate.

 

CONCLUSION:

It is concluded from the present study that there is no scientific relation between interest in watching cricket among people and normalpulse rate.

 

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Received on 21.06.2019            Modified on 11.07.2019

Accepted on 31.07.2019            © A&V Publications All right reserved

Asian J. Res. Pharm. Sci. 2019; 9(3):199-200.

DOI: 10.5958/2231-5659.2019.00031.6