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At three occasions during a year, the ratio of contractional work (output)/integrated electromyographic activity (input), that is, CW/iEMG, was measured during repetitive maximum isokinetic manoeuvres for m. quadriceps and m. triceps surae in male elite orienteers. Running velocity at the onset of blood lactate accumulation (VOBLA), which was considered as(More)
BACKGROUND ST changes related to ischemia at different heart rates (HRs) have not been well described. We aimed to analyze ST dynamic changes by vectorcardiography (VCG) during pacing-induced HR changes for subjects with proven coronary artery disease (CAD) and without (non-CAD). METHODS Symptomatic CAD patients scheduled for elective surgery were(More)
Twenty-one patients with acute brain infarction, 8 with transient ischemic attack and 20 controls were investigated for lumbar cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) monoamine metabolites and cholinesterases. The diseased patients were lumbar punctured on 2 occasions, mean Days 1 (0-3) and 5 (3-9) after debut of symptoms. Monoamine concentrations were determined by(More)
The isokinetic (30, 60, 120 and 180 degrees s-1) peak torque of m. quadriceps femoris and m. triceps surae, and the running velocity at the onset of blood lactate accumulation (VOBLA) were determined at three different occasions (November, April and September) during a year in 15 male élite orienteers. The amount and type of training for each individual was(More)
  • S Reiz
  • 1988
The incidence of perioperative myocardial is-chaemia in patients with coronary artery disease, as reported in the literature, varies widely (tables I, II). Much of the confusion surrounding this issue can probably be related to differences in patient populations studied, study programmes and techniques used to establish ischaemia (table III). Until(More)
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