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Regular physical exercise improves walking performance in patients affected with periph eral obliterative arterial disease (POAD). The mechanisms underlying the phenomenon are still controversial. In… Continue Reading
Three episodes of 1 min ischemia in the lower limbs in humans reduced the metabolic debt repayment (expressed as AUC of reactive hyperaemia) following more prolonged ischemia (666.6+/-86.6 vs… Continue Reading
1. Following local vasoconstriction-inducing stimuli, such as the cold pressor test (CPT), significant changes occur in haemodynamics, with a rise in arterial blood pressure and heart rate (HR) due… Continue Reading
Five repeated submaximal treadmill exercises at 2 h intervals following a maximal test prolong walking distance and reduce haemorheological derangement in a second maximal test in patients affected… Continue Reading