A Series of exercises designed to determine an individual’s level of fitness, primarily his or her cardiovascular fitness and muscle performance. Fitness testing is often carried out before a person starts an exercise program to evaluate its safety and suitability or to monitor progress thereafter. A physical examination is usually performed, including measurement of body fat, height, and weight. Blood and urine tests may be done, including an analysis of blood cholesterol. The performance of the heart is measured by taking. The pulse before, during, and after aerobic exercise such as step climbing, riding a stationary bicycle, or running on a treadmill. The more efficient the heart, the slower it works during exercise and the quicker it returns to normal afterward. Another test involves measuring a person’s overall performance in a standard exercise. This is most suitable for monitoring progress through an exercise program and for getting goals. The test may be based eight on measuring the distance covered in a fixed time or the time needed to cover fixed distance.
The process by which an individual becomes, or remains, emotionally attached to real or imagined objects or event that occurred during early childhood. If the fixations are powerful, resulting from traumatic events, they may lead to immature and inappropriate behaviour. Regression to this event is regarded by some analysts as the basis of the certain emotional disorder. The word fixation also describes the alignment and stabilization of fractured bones. Fixation may be external, as with a plaster cast, or internal using, pins, plates, or nails introduced surgically into the injured area.
A chemical agent, such as formaldehyde, that is used for the hardening and preservation of tissue specimens prior to microscopic analysis.
An abnormal pupil that doesn’t react to light or adjust on accommodation. A fixed pupil may be symptomatic of various eye disorders such as acute glaucoma and uveitis or rarely