Brechje J van Beek-Harmsen

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The value of the diffusion coefficient for oxygen in muscle is uncertain. The diffusion coefficient is important because it is a determinant of the extracellular oxygen tension at which the core of(More)
Previous studies indicate that the low maximum rate of oxygen consumption (VO2max) of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients is not because of impaired pump function of the heart. We hypothesize that(More)
BACKGROUND Reduced exercise tolerance and muscle weakness are present in patients with CHF. Altered metabolism, histology and function in skeletal muscle of patients with CHF have been reported. The(More)