Plasma renin activity, vasopressin concentration, and urinary excretory responses to exercise in men.

@article{Wade1980PlasmaRA,
  title={Plasma renin activity, vasopressin concentration, and urinary excretory responses to exercise in men.},
  author={Charles E. Wade and John R. Claybaugh},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology: respiratory, environmental and exercise physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={49 6},
  pages={
          930-6
        }
}
Plasma vasopressin concentration (PAVP), renal function, and effectors of vasopressin release were evaluated in male volunteers during running at heart rates of 0, 35, 70, and 100% of maximum after 10 h abstinence from water (normal hydration) and at 100% after ingestion of 300 ml water. Plasma renin activity (PRA) and PAVP were linearly correlated and correlated to work intensity over all observations. Changes in PAVP were not correlated with changes in plasma osmolality (POSMOL) and plasma… CONTINUE READING
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