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Differential responses to CO2 and sympathetic stimulation in the cerebral and femoral circulations in humans
- P. Ainslie, Jon C. Ashmead, K. Ide, B. Morgan, M. Poulin
- The Journal of physiology
- 1 July 2005
The relative importance of CO2 and sympathetic stimulation in the regulation of cerebral and peripheral vasculatures has not been previously studied in humans. We investigated the effect of… Expand
Differential sensitivities of cerebral and brachial blood flow to hypercapnia in humans.
- Jimmy S. Vantanajal, Jon C. Ashmead, T. Anderson, R. Hepple, M. Poulin
- Journal of applied physiology
Although it is known that the vasculatures of the brain and the forearm are sensitive to changes in arterial Pco(2), previous investigations have not made direct comparisons of the sensitivities of… Expand
Home-Based Circuit Training for Elderly Women
Abstract The effects of participation in a home-based strength-training program on muscular strength and muscular endurance were determined in elderly women. Ten healthy elderly (x = 66.4 yrs ±6.7… Expand
The six-minute walk test distance predicts mortality in cirrhosis - a cohort of 694 patients awaiting liver transplantation.
- T. Dang, M. Ebadi, +4 authors P. Tandon
- Liver transplantation : official publication of…
- 27 April 2021
Frailty is an important predictor of increased hospitalization risk, length of stay and mortality in patients with cirrhosis. The American Society of Transplantation guidance statement supports the… Expand
RESPONSES OF CEREBRAL AND FEMORAL VASCULATURES TO CARBON DIOXIDE AND SYMPATHETIC STIMULATION IN HUMANS