Effects of erythrocyte infusion on VO2max at high altitude.

@article{Young1996EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of erythrocyte infusion on VO2max at high altitude.},
  author={Andrew John Young and Michael N. Sawka and Stephen R. Muza and R Boushel and Teresa Lyons and Paul B. Rock and Beau J. Freund and Rebecca Waters and Allen Cymerman and Kent B. Pandolf and C. Robert Valeri},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={252-9}
}
This study investigated whether autologous erythrocyte infusion would ameliorate the decrement in maximal O2 uptake (VO2max) experienced by lowlanders when they ascend to high altitude. VO2max was measured in 16 men (treadmill running) at sea level (SL) and on the 1st (HA1) and 9th (HA9) days of high-altitude (4,300 m) residence. After VO2max was measured at SL, subjects were divided into two matched groups (n = 8). Twenty-four hours before ascent to high altitude, the experimental group… CONTINUE READING

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