Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2020 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

General, 21-Day Postoperative Rehabilitation Program Has Beneficial Effect on Oxidative Stress Markers in Patients after Total Hip or Knee Replacement

Table 4

Comparison of oxidative stress markers measured in the serum of patients () with hip or knee endoprosthesis before and after a 21-day general rehabilitation program. Statistical significance was set at .

Oxidative stress markerBeforeAfterΔ = before - aftertp

TAC (mmol/l)1.07 ± 0.151.27 ± 0.17-0.20 ± 0.148.427<0.001
SOD (NU/ml)10.1 ± 2.111.7 ± 2.1-1.6 ±1.75.760<0.001
CuZnSOD (NU/ml)7.25 ±1.798.97 ±1.70-1.72 ±1.506.859<0.001
Cp (mg/dl)27.5 (24.2-31.8)25.4 (22.0-29.6)1.8 (0.7-3.7)4.813<0.001
MDA (μmol/l)152.5 ± 27.9132.9 ± 24.419.6 ± 24.44.823<0.001
LPS (RF)1.6 ± 0.41.3 ± 0.30.4 ± 0.54.14<0.001

Abbreviations: Cp – ceruloplasmin; CuZnSOD – copper-zinc SOD; LPS (RF) – lipofuscin (radiofrequency); MDA – malondialdehyde; SOD – total superoxide dismutase; TAC – total antioxidative capacity.

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