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Mechanisms and Clinical Implications of Post-exercise Hypotension in Humans
  • J. Halliwill
  • Medicine
  • Exercise and sport sciences reviews
  • 1 April 2001
HALLIWILL, J.R. Mechanisms and clinical implications of post-exercise hypotension in humans. Exerc. Sports Sci. Rev., Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 65-70, 2001. Post-exercise hypotension is common afterExpand
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Heat acclimation improves exercise performance.
This study examined the impact of heat acclimation on improving exercise performance in cool and hot environments. Twelve trained cyclists performed tests of maximal aerobic power (VO2max),Expand
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Methodological issues in the assessment of skin microvascular endothelial function in humans.
The study of microvascular function can be performed in humans using laser Doppler flowmetry of the skin. This technology lends itself to a wide range of applications for studying the endothelialExpand
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Human sympathetic and vagal baroreflex responses to sequential nitroprusside and phenylephrine.
We evaluated a method of baroreflex testing involving sequential intravenous bolus injections of nitroprusside followed by phenylephrine and phenylephrine followed by nitroprusside in 18 healthy menExpand
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Impaired sympathetic vascular regulation in humans after acute dynamic exercise.
1. The reduction in vascular resistance which accompanies acute dynamic exercise does not subside immediately during recovery, resulting in a post‐exercise hypotension. This sustained vasodilatationExpand
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Influence of the menstrual cycle on sympathetic activity, baroreflex sensitivity, and vascular transduction in young women.
BACKGROUND Our goal was to test sympathetic and cardiovagal baroreflex sensitivity and the transduction of sympathetic traffic into vascular resistance during the early follicular (EF) and midlutealExpand
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Measurement of limb venous compliance in humans: technical considerations and physiological findings.
We conducted a series of studies to develop and test a rapid, noninvasive method to measure limb venous compliance in humans. First, we measured forearm volume (mercury-in-Silastic strain gauges) andExpand
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Effects of nitric oxide synthase inhibition on cutaneous vasodilation during body heating in humans.
We sought to examine further the potential role of nitric oxide (NO) in the neurally mediated cutaneous vasodilation in nonacral skin during body heating in humans. Six subjects were heated with aExpand
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Postexercise hypotension and sustained postexercise vasodilatation: what happens after we exercise?
•  What is the topic for this review? During the exercise recovery period, the combination of centrally mediated decreases in sympathetic nerve activity with a reduced signal transduction fromExpand
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Influence of endurance exercise training status and gender on postexercise hypotension.
In sedentary individuals, postexercise hypotension after a single bout of aerobic exercise is due to a peripheral vasodilation. Endurance exercise training has the potential to modify this responseExpand
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