Capacity of blood flow delivery to exercising skeletal muscle in humans.

@article{Saltin1988CapacityOB,
  title={Capacity of blood flow delivery to exercising skeletal muscle in humans.},
  author={Bengt Saltin},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={62 8},
  pages={30E-35E}
}
  • Bengt Saltin
  • Published 1988 in The American journal of cardiology
Several studies using different techniques to estimate muscle blood flow during exercise in humans support the concept that peak muscle perfusion is at least 150 ml/100 g/min. Such high blood flows are achieved when only part of the muscle mass is recruited during exercise. With 2 or more limbs exercising, the pump capacity of the heart will limit the blood flow available for the muscles. Norepinephrine spillover from an exercising limb is increased when a small muscle group performs the work… CONTINUE READING

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