Kinetics of .VO2 and femoral artery blood flow during heavy-intensity, knee-extension exercise.

@article{Paterson2005KineticsO,
  title={Kinetics of .VO2 and femoral artery blood flow during heavy-intensity, knee-extension exercise.},
  author={Nicole D. Paterson and J. Kowalchuk and Donald Hugh Paterson},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={99 2},
  pages={683-90}
}
It has been suggested that, during heavy-intensity exercise, O(2) delivery may limit oxygen uptake (.VO2) kinetics; however, there are limited data regarding the relationship of blood flow and .VO2 kinetics for heavy-intensity exercise. The purpose was to determine the exercise on-transient time course of femoral artery blood flow (Q(leg)) in relation to .VO2 during heavy-intensity, single-leg, knee-extension exercise. Five young subjects performed five to eight repeats of heavy-intensity… CONTINUE READING