Hemodynamic and metabolic responses to hypergravity on a human-powered centrifuge.

@article{Caiozzo2004HemodynamicAM,
  title={Hemodynamic and metabolic responses to hypergravity on a human-powered centrifuge.},
  author={Vincent J. Caiozzo and Christie M Rose-Gottron and Kenneth M. Baldwin and Dan Cooper and Greg R Adams and James O. Hicks and Arthur Kreitenberg},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={101-8}
}
INTRODUCTION Microgravity causes the deconditioning of many physiological systems, and there is great interest in developing effective countermeasures. We recently developed a short-arm human-powered centrifuge, and the primary objective of this study was to assess the hemodynamic and metabolic responses to exercise under hypergravity conditions. METHODS… CONTINUE READING