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There is much scientific evidence that indicates that physical exercise training is not only appropriate but also warranted for patients with HIV/AIDS.
The study was carried out to identify the effects of floor aerobic exercise on immunity induction of people with HIV/AIDS Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) users.
A convenience sample of 26 subjects (26 male and 26 female participants) between the age of 30 and 50 years (mean 38.6) have participated with a minimum of 28 and maximum 36 sessions.
The study aimed to compare the results before and after exercise of the study subjects and also with respect to sex difference.
A component of T-cells of PETR compared with POETRY has shown that significantly difference at the probability level of 5% except for CD8 count.
The mean comparison of Females and Males components of T-cells count PET compared with POET has shown that significantly difference at the probability level of 5% except for the mean value of the male CD8 result.
In total sample mean difference of T-cells (CD4=279, CD8=104, CD3=426 cells/mm3 and CD4/CD8 ratio=0.2).
Yenehun Taye was born on June 26th, 1986 at Amber town, Aneded woreda, East Gojjam, Amhara Region, Ethiopia.
He holds Master degree in Coaching and Therapy Science from 2011.
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