Intrasplenic blood cell kinetics in man before and after brief maximal exercise.

@article{Allsop1992IntrasplenicBC,
  title={Intrasplenic blood cell kinetics in man before and after brief maximal exercise.},
  author={Paul Michael Allsop and A Michael Peters and RichardS. Arnot and Alan William John Stuttle and M. Deenmamode and Michael Gwilliam and Melvyn John Myers and Gwendolyn Midlo Hall},
  journal={Clinical science},
  year={1992},
  volume={83 1},
  pages={
          47-54
        }
}
1. After a 4 min period of maximal exercise in 10 normal subjects (14 studies), there was a consistent decrease in total blood volume and a consistent increase in erythrocyte indices, which were maximal immediately after exercise. Peripheral platelet and leucocyte counts increased, but did not reach maximal values until 5-10 min after the end of exercise. 2. The distributions of 99mTc-labelled erythrocytes (five studies), 111In-labelled platelets (five studies) and 111In-labelled granulocytes… CONTINUE READING
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