Skeletal muscle vascular responses in human limbs to isometric handgrip

@article{Jacobsen1994SkeletalMV,
  title={Skeletal muscle vascular responses in human limbs to isometric handgrip},
  author={Tage N\orby Jacobsen and Jim Hansen and Henrik V. Nielsen and Gordon Wildschi\odtz and Eli Kassis and Bj\orn Larsen and Ole Amtorp},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={69},
  pages={147-153}
}
Studies of whole limb blood flow have shown that static handgrip elicits a vasodilatation in the resting forearm and vasoconstriction in the resting leg. We asked if these responses occur in the skeletal muscle vascular bed, and if so, what is the relative contribution of local metabolic versus other mechanisms to these vascular responses. Blood flow recordings were made simultaneously in the skeletal muscle of the resting arm and leg using the Xenon-washout method in ten subjects during 3 min… CONTINUE READING

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