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Management of Athletes With G6PD Deficiency: Does Missing an Enzyme Mean Missing More Games?

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Summary of "Management of Athletes With G6PD Deficiency: Does Missing an Enzyme Mean Missing More Games?"

Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is likely the most prevalent enzyme deficiency on the planet, with an estimated 4.9% of people, or approximately 330 million individuals, across the globe affected by the disease. In the United States, 4-7% of the population is likely affected, but each year our nation's major sport leagues become more international. It is important for medical professionals who treat athletes to understand how this genetic condition can affect the athletes we are working with, especially because exercise in itself results in oxidative stress.

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Name: Sports health
ISSN: 1941-0921
Pages: 1941738119877177

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