Regional distribution of blood flow of dogs during graded dynamic exercise.

@article{Musch1987RegionalDO,
  title={Regional distribution of blood flow of dogs during graded dynamic exercise.},
  author={Timothy I Musch and Daniel B. Friedman and Kenneth H. Pitetti and George C. Haidet and James Stray-Gundersen and Jere H. Mitchell and George A. Ordway},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={63 6},
  pages={2269-77}
}
The regional blood flow response to progressive treadmill exercise was measured with radioactive microspheres in 25 untrained mongrel dogs. Incremental increases in work intensity resulted in corresponding increases in blood flows to the gracilis, gastrocnemius, semimembranosus, and semitendinosus muscles of the hindlimb and to the heart. During maximal exercise, blood flow was greatest in the semimembranosus muscle and lowest in the semitendinosus muscle (342 and 134 ml-1.100 g tissue-1.min-1… CONTINUE READING

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