As shown in Fig. 54, the types of exercise taken by the patients consisted of a track race (a short-distance sprint such as a 200-m race), soccer, a swimming race, baseball, weightlifting, and a bicycle race, in all of which an intense power output per second or per minute is repeated. However, a single 100-m race was less likely to cause exercise-induced acute renal failure (ALPE). Several 200-m or 100-m races frequently caused ALPE. Repeated anaerobic exercise may be a risk factor.
KeywordsWhite Muscle Anaerobic Exercise Anaerobic Glycolysis Glucose Phosphate Track Race
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