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International Journal of Sports Technology, 2022, 3(4); doi: 10.38007/IJST.2022.030402.

Effect of Sports Training Based on Smart Medicine on the Nerve Function Recovery and Nerve Cell Apoptosis of Athletes with Hemorrhagic Brain Injury


Variun Verman

Corresponding Author:
Variun Verman

Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania


As an important part of the application of smart cities, the smart medical system is a powerful tool to achieve medical reform, improve medical conditions, and develop medical undertakings. It can provide urban residents with more convenient and smart medical services, and change the difficult and expensive plight of medical treatment. It plays an important role in urban development and solving urban problems. This article aims to observe and analyze the current situation and methods of athletes' brain trauma in the context of smart medical care. Analyze the impact of sports training on athletes’ brain injuries. Understand the effects of exercise training on the recovery of nerve function and neuronal death. Compare with before and after exercise training, explore the effect of exercise training on neuronal function recovery and neuronal death of athletes with hemorrhagic brain injury. Using the research method of this article, we understand the influence of exercise training on the recovery of nerve function through the analysis of experimental data. And found that exercise training has an important role in restoring neurological function, combined with theoretical and experimental data to analyze the impact of exercise training on the neurological recovery of athletes with hemorrhagic stroke. The neuron mortality rate is up to 60%. Studies have shown that exercise training plays an important role in the rehabilitation of cerebral hemorrhage athletes, which is a good basis for clinical effective use.


Smart Medical, Exercise Training, Hemorrhagic Brain Injury, Recovery of Nerve Function, Nerve Cell Apoptosis

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Variun Verman. Effect of Sports Training Based on Smart Medicine on the Nerve Function Recovery and Nerve Cell Apoptosis of Athletes with Hemorrhagic Brain Injury. International Journal of Sports Technology (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 4: 13-25. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJST.2022.030402.


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