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Cerebral autoregulation is temporarily disturbed in the early recovery phase after dynamic resistance exercise
AimTo determine cerebral blood-flow velocity (CBFV) and parameters of dynamic cerebral autoregulation (CA) during and after exhausting resistance exercise.MethodsStrength endurance (23 repetitions)Expand
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Is TV viewing an index of physical activity and fitness in overweight and normal weight children?
OBJECTIVE To assess relationships between TV viewing and body composition, energy expenditure, physical activity, fitness and nutrition habits in prepubertal children. DESIGN Cross-sectional study.Expand
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Vergleich von szintigraphischen und plethysmographischen Messungen zur Bestimmung des kapillären Filtrationskoeffizienten in der menschlichen Extremität
SummaryTo determine the capillary filtration coefficient (CFC) the continuous rise of the plethysmographic curve under conditions of venous congestion is used conventionally. The combination ofExpand
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Prevalence of patent foramen ovale (PFO) and MRI-lesions in mild neurological decompression sickness (type B-DCS/AGE).
BACKGROUND Neurological decompression sickness (DCS/AGE) may cover two variants with either severer and probably central nervous (Type A) or milder and sometimes doubtful neurological symptoms (TypeExpand
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Blood lactate changes in men during graded workloads at normal atmospheric pressure (100 kPa) and under simulated caisson conditions (400 kPa)
Objectives: A hyperbaric environment may influence lactate metabolism due to hyperoxia affecting biochemical pathways. The purpose of our study was to determine the blood lactate levels occurring atExpand
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Ammonia and lactate: differential information on monitoring training load in sprint events.
Two hypotheses were tested concerning training relevance of ammonia in capillary blood compared with lactate after extensive and intensive high-paced runs. 1. There is a load threshold at whichExpand
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Incidence of abnormal cerebral findings in the MRI of clinically healthy divers: role of a patent foramen ovale.
BACKGROUND To investigate incidence and number of abnormal cerebral hyperintensities (ACFs) in Magnet Resonance Imaging (MRI) and its relation to a patent foramen ovale (PFO) in divers with noExpand
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Determinants of fat mass in prepubertal children.
The aim of the present study was to compare variables of metabolism, physical activity and fitness to body composition in normal and overweight children in a cross-sectional study design. BodyExpand
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