Effect of Physical Training on Blood Volume, Hemoglobin, Alkali Reserve and Osmotic Resistance of Erythrocytes.∗:

@inproceedings{Davis2010EffectOP,
  title={Effect of Physical Training on Blood Volume, Hemoglobin, Alkali Reserve and Osmotic Resistance of Erythrocytes.∗:},
  author={John E. Davis and Nathan Brewer},
  year={2010}
}
That previously confined dogs, when exercised on treadmills for a few days, undergo a loss of blood volume, erythrocytes and hemoglobin has been shown by Broun (1, 2). This destruction he attributes to a process of mechanical fragmentation of cells which was earlier advocated by Rous and Robertson (3) as a normal mode of blood destruction. McMaster, Broun and Rous (4), using biliary fistula dogs, showed that an increased bilirubin output accompanied hemoglobin reduction during a few days of… CONTINUE READING