Chemistry Journal of Moldova

EURASIAN MINERAL WATER: MATHEMATICAL MODELING, CLASSIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT OF THEIR IMPACT ON THE BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF HUMAN BLOOD

Author(s):

Nikolay Kornilov, Elena Kornilova, Elena Stepanenko


Field: Ecological chemistry
Type: Research paper
Issue: 2014 Volume 9, no.1
Pages: 37-41
Keywords:

minerals water, blood, modeling, classification


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DOI:
dx.doi.org/10.19261/cjm.2014.09(1).04

Graphical Abstract:
 In the article the results of comparative analysis of the composition of the Eurasian hydromineral resources and the assessment of their impact on the physiological condition of a human organism according to biochemical studies of venous blood are presented. Processing of initial data on the composition and properties of mineral waters chloride-hydrocarbonate, sulphate- hydrocarbonate and chloride-sulphate types and venous blood are made using the method of mathematical modeling, developed by the authors of this article. It is shown that in the balneological impact of hydromineral resources on the body in the blood increases the hemoglobin and oxygen, decreases glucose, and acid-base pH shifted to high alkalinity.

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