Cardiopulmonary responses to combined rhythmic and isometric exercise in humans
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Cardiopulmonary responses to combined rhythmic and isometric exercise in humans by David E McCoy

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Exercise -- Physiological aspects,
  • Isometric exercise

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Statementby David E. McCoy
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 45 leaves :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14424128M

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  McCoy D, Wiley R, Claytor R, Dunn C () Cardiopulmonary responses to combined rhythmic and isometric exercise in humans. Eur J Author: David E. McCoy, Ronald L. Wiley, Randal P. Claytor, Charles L. Dunn. Key essentials in integrative cardiopulmonary testing are well presented. From physiological response of central and peripheral determinants on VO2max uptake (cardiac output and arterio-venous oxygen difference), factors affecting this response, to methodological considerations (which includes exercise mode, patient preparation, Cited by: David E. McCoy, Ronald L. Wiley, Randal P. Claytor and Charles L. Dunn, Transient and steady-state cardiopulmonary responses to combined rhythmic and isometric exercise, European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology, 65, 4, (), (). Isometric exercises is frequently performed during routine daily activities and in many occupations and sports. Cardiovascular responses to isometric exercise include a reflex pressor increase in blood pressure, which is proportional to the intensity and size of contracting muscle by:

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Charles L. Dunn's research while affiliated The transient and steady-state cardiopulmonary responses to combined rhythmic (R) and isometric (I) exercise . During dynamic exercise, mechanisms controlling the cardiovascular apparatus operate to provide adequate oxygen to fulfill metabolic demand of exercising muscles and to guarantee metabolic end-products washout. Moreover, arterial blood pressure is regulated to maintain adequate perfusion of the vital organs without excessive pressure by: Exercise Cardiopulmonary Function in Cardiac Patients Michael S. Sagiv (auth.) The textbook will describe the relationship between human cardiopulmonary system and exercise in a format that is related to the mode of exercise, health status and aging. responses, and estimated aerobic capacity.1,2 Additional important clinical information may be obtained by direct measurement of exercise respiratory gas exchange, re-ferred to as cardiopulmonary exercise testing. 3 This review updates the clinician on the indications and interpretation of cardiopulmonary exercise testing in modern Size: KB.