Functional electrical stimulation leg cycle ergometer exercise: Training effects on cardiorespiratory responses of spinal cord injured subjects at rest and during submaximal exercise

@article{Faghri1992FunctionalES,
  title={Functional electrical stimulation leg cycle ergometer exercise: Training effects on cardiorespiratory responses of spinal cord injured subjects at rest and during submaximal exercise},
  author={Pouran D. Faghri and Roger M. Glaser and Stephen F. Figoni},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={1992},
  volume={73 11},
  pages={
          1085-93
        }
}
This study investigated the cardiorespiratory (CR) responses at rest and during submaximal (0-W) functional electrical stimulation (FES)-induced leg cycle ergometer (LCE) exercise prior to and following a progressive intensity FES-LCEa exercise training program in spinal cord injured (SCI) subjects. Seven quadriplegics and six paraplegics participated in FES-LCE training three sessions per week for approximately 12 weeks (36 sessions). Monitored CR responses, including oxygen uptake (VO2… CONTINUE READING
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