Estimating exercise stroke volume from asymptotic oxygen pulse in humans.

@article{Whipp1996EstimatingES,
  title={Estimating exercise stroke volume from asymptotic oxygen pulse in humans.},
  author={Brian Whipp and M B Higgenbotham and Frederic C Cobb},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={81 6},
  pages={2674-9}
}
Noninvasive techniques have been devised to estimate cardiac output (Q) during exercise to obviate vascular cannulation. However, although these techniques are noninvasive, they are commonly not nonintrusive to subjects' spontaneous ventilation and gas-exchange responses. We hypothesized that the exercise stroke volume (SV) and, hence, Q might be accurately… CONTINUE READING