Autologous Blood Transfusion Enhances Exercise Performance—Strength of the Evidence and Physiological Mechanisms

@inproceedings{Solheim2019AutologousBT,
  title={Autologous Blood Transfusion Enhances Exercise Performance—Strength of the Evidence and Physiological Mechanisms},
  author={Sara Amalie Solheim and Jacob Bejder and Andreas Breenfeldt Andersen and Jakob M{\o}rkeberg and Nikolai Baastrup Nordsborg},
  booktitle={Sports Medicine - Open},
  year={2019}
}
This review critically evaluates the magnitude of performance enhancement that can be expected from various autologous blood transfusion (ABT) procedures and the underlying physiological mechanisms. The review is based on a systematic search, and it was reported that 4 of 28 studies can be considered of very high quality, i.e. placebo-controlled, double-blind crossover studies. However, both high-quality studies and other studies have generally reported performance-enhancing effects of ABT on… CONTINUE READING

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