Analysis of the Curative Effect of Subdural Puncture and Irrigation under Microscope in the Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Injury after Sprinting

  • Xinyuan Li
Keywords: Transmission Electron Microscope, Melatonin Research, Exhausted Exercise, Liver and Kidney Ultrastructure

Abstract

Melatonin, also known as melatonin, is a pineal secretion that regulates the secretion of the human body. At the same time, melatonin also has a strong antioxidant effect and has a very wide range of applications in medical and biological fields. An exhausting exercise in sprint training can cause the body to produce a large amount of sports free radicals, and melatonin can just remove excess free radicals in the human body, thereby affecting the ultrastructure of liver and kidney cells after exercise. The purpose of this article is to solve some problems in using electron microscope to observe the effect of melatonin on the ultrastructure of liver and kidney cells after an exhausting exercise in sprint training, and to explore the biological principles of melatonin on liver and kidney. To this end, an experimental study was carried out in this paper. This article explores the effect of melatonin on the body after exhaustive exercise in sprint training through an animal model of sports training, and observes the ultrastructure of liver and kidney cells in sports objects with a transmission electron microscope. The results of the study show that exhaustive exercise will cause some damage to the ultrastructure of the liver and kidney. 16% of the ultrastructure in the liver and kidney tissue will be destroyed. Melatonin can damage the ultrastructure of the liver and kidney tissue. Reduced by 35%, while melatonin has a certain repair effect on the liver and the ultrastructural damage caused by exhaustive exercise, which proves that melatonin has a certain protective effect on the liver and kidney after exhaustive exercise, and can promote the physical recovery of sprinters.

Published
2020-06-01