Cardiorespiratory kinetics and femoral artery blood velocity during dynamic knee extension exercise.

@article{Shoemaker1994CardiorespiratoryKA,
  title={Cardiorespiratory kinetics and femoral artery blood velocity during dynamic knee extension exercise.},
  author={J. Kevin Shoemaker and Linda Hodge and Richard L. Hughson},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={77 6},
  pages={2625-32}
}
The kinetics of femoral artery mean blood velocity (MBV; measured by pulsed Doppler) and whole body oxygen uptake (VO2; measured breath by breath) were assessed from the time constant during the on (tau on) and off (tau off) transients to step changes in work rate between complete rest and dynamic knee extension (KE) exercise. Six healthy men performed 5 min of seated KE exercise, with each leg alternately raising and lowering a weight (10% maximum voluntary contraction) over a 2-s duty cycle… CONTINUE READING

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