A simple method to clamp end-tidal carbon dioxide during rest and exercise

@article{Olin2012ASM,
  title={A simple method to clamp end-tidal carbon dioxide during rest and exercise},
  author={J Tod Olin and Andrew C. Dimmen and Andrew W. Subudhi and Robert C. Roach},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={112},
  pages={3439-3444}
}
Carbon dioxide regulates ventilation and cerebral blood flow during exercise. There are significant limitations in breathing systems designed to control end-tidal gas concentrations when used during high-intensity exercise. We designed a simple, inexpensive breathing system which controls end-tidal carbon dioxide ( $$ {\text{PET}}_{{{\text{CO}}_{2} }} $$ ) during exercise from rest to peak work capacity (W max). The system is operated by an investigator who, in response to breath-by-breath… CONTINUE READING

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