Cardiovascular and ventilatory responses to dynamic exercise during epidural anaesthesia in man.

@article{fernandes1990CardiovascularAV,
  title={Cardiovascular and ventilatory responses to dynamic exercise during epidural anaesthesia in man.},
  author={ana. fernandes and Henrik Galbo and Michael Kjaer and Jere H. Mitchell and Niels H Secher and Sherilyn N. Thomas},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={420},
  pages={281-93}
}
1. In order to evaluate the importance of afferent neural feedback from the working muscles for cardiovascular and ventilatory responses to dynamic exercise, epidural anaesthesia was induced at L3-L4. Six healthy males cycled for 20 min at 57% of maximum oxygen uptake and for 8-12 min at increasing work intensities until exhaustion at 238 +/- 30 W without as well as with epidural anaesthesia. 2. Presence of afferent neural blockade was verified by cutaneous sensory analgesia below T10-T11 and… CONTINUE READING

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