Cardiac troponin I release after a basketball match in elite, amateur and junior players
López Laval, Isaac
Legaz Arrese, Alejandro
Serveto Galindo, Olga
González Rave, José María
Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
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Background: Available scientific data related to cardiac troponin I (cTnI) release after intermittent exercise is limited. It is also of interest to determine what personal or environmental factors mediate the exercise-induced release of cTnI. This study had two objectives: 1) to examine the individual
release of cTnI to a basketball match; and 2) to establish the influence of athlete status as well as biological age on cTnI release. Methods: Thirty-six basketball players (12 adult elite [PBA]: 27.3±4.1 years, 12 adult amateur [ABA]: 29.6±2.9 years, and 12 junior elite [JBA]: 16.6±0.9 years) participated in a simulated basketball match with serial assessment of cTnI at rest, immediately post- and at 1, 3, 6, 12, and 24 h post-exercise. Results: The basketball match increased cTnI levels (pre: median [range]; 0.006 [0.001–0.026]; peak post: 0.024 [0.004–0.244] μg/L; p=0.000), with substantial individual variability in peak values. PBA and JBA players showed higher baseline and post-exercise cTnI values than ABA (all p<0.05). Peak cTnI exceeded the upper reference limit (URL) in the 26% of players (3 PBA; 6 JBA). Conclusions: The current results suggest that intermittent exercise can promote the appearance of cTnI and that this is potentially mediated by athlete status.
Is part ofClinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM), volume 54, núm. 2, p.333–338
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