Exercise intensity modulates the change in cerebral blood flow following aerobic exercise in chronic stroke

@article{Robertson2015ExerciseIM,
  title={Exercise intensity modulates the change in cerebral blood flow following aerobic exercise in chronic stroke},
  author={A D Robertson and David E. Crane and A. Saeed Rajab and Walter Swardfager and Susan Marzolini and Zahra Shirzadi and Laura Elizabeth Middleton and Bradley J MacIntosh},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={233},
  pages={2467-2475}
}
The mechanisms supporting functional improvement by aerobic exercise following stroke remain incompletely understood. This study investigated how cycling intensity and aerobic fitness influence cerebral blood flow (CBF) following a single exercise session. Thirteen community-living stroke survivors performed 20 min of semi-recumbent cycling at low and moderate intensities (40–50 and 60–70 % of heart rate reserve, respectively) as determined from an exercise stress test. CBF was quantified by… CONTINUE READING
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