Red blood cell transit time in man: theoretical effects of capillary density.

@article{Richardson1994RedBC,
  title={Red blood cell transit time in man: theoretical effects of capillary density.},
  author={Russell Richardson and David C Poole and David R. Knight and Peter D. Wagner},
  journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={361},
  pages={521-32}
}
These data indicate that through the reduction in exercise time and recruitment of trained subjects, the exercising muscle in the human dynamic knee-extension model can reach even higher work rates, VO2, and Q than previously reported (Andersen & Saltin, 1985; Andersen et al., 1985; Rowell et al., 1986). Despite these high muscle Q, the achievement of high O2 extractions is possible (Richardson et al., 1993). Previously, this was attributed almost exclusively to the elevated WRMAX, and it was… CONTINUE READING