Bioimpedance Identifies Body Fluid Loss after Exercise in the Heat: A Pilot Study with Body Cooling

@inproceedings{Gatterer2014BioimpedanceIB,
  title={Bioimpedance Identifies Body Fluid Loss after Exercise in the Heat: A Pilot Study with Body Cooling},
  author={Hannes Gatterer and Kai Schenk and Lisa Laninschegg and Philipp Schlemmer and Henry Charles Lukaski and Martin Burtscher and Francesco Cappello},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
PURPOSE Assessment of post-exercise changes in hydration with bioimpedance (BI) is complicated by physiological adaptations that affect resistance (R) and reactance (Xc) values. This study investigated exercise-induced changes in R and Xc, independently and in bioelectrical impedance vector analysis, when factors such as increased skin temperature and blood flow and surface electrolyte accumulation are eliminated with a cold shower. METHODS Healthy males (n = 14, 24.1±1.7 yr; height (H): 182… CONTINUE READING
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