K. J. Smith

D. M. Bailey1
M. D. Nelson1
J. D. Smirl1
C. K. Willie1
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  • K. R. Marsden, M. J. Haykowsky, J. D. Smirl, H. Jones, M. D. Nelson, Luis A. Altamirano-Diaz +6 others
  • 2011
Cerebral blood flow (CBF) increases from rest to ∼60% of peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak) and thereafter decreases towards baseline due to hyperventilation-induced hypocapnia and subsequent cerebral vasoconstriction. It is unknown what happens to CBF in older adults (OA), who experience a decline in CBF at rest coupled with a blunted ventilatory response during(More)
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