Exercise haemodynamics: field activities versus laboratory tests.

@article{Palatini1997ExerciseHF,
  title={Exercise haemodynamics: field activities versus laboratory tests.},
  author={Palatini},
  journal={Blood pressure monitoring},
  year={1997},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={133-137}
}
  • Palatini
  • Published 1997 in Blood pressure monitoring
BACKGROUND: The present knowledge on changes in blood pressure during athletics is based virtually entirely on the results of stress testing, owing to the inability to measure blood pressures during sports activities. However, everyday physical activities, as well as sports activities, differ in many respects from stress testing, so that a direct comparison cannot be made. OBJECTIVE: To study the effect of three different sports, track running, road cycling and weight lifting, on blood… CONTINUE READING