Systemic and forearm vascular resistance changes after upright bicycle exercise in man.

@article{Coats1989SystemicAF,
  title={Systemic and forearm vascular resistance changes after upright bicycle exercise in man.},
  author={Andrew J. S. Coats and James Conway and Jesus E. Isea and G Pannarale and Peter J. Sleight and V. K. Somers},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={413},
  pages={289-98}
}
1. Blood pressure, cardiac function and forearm blood flow following voluntary maximal upright bicycle exercise were studied in thirteen normal volunteers in a cross-over design against a control day. 2. After exercise there was a short-lived (5-10 min) increase in systolic blood pressure, peak aortic blood velocity and aortic acceleration suggesting a persistence of the positive inotropic influence of exercise. 3. Systemic vasodilation, which was seen immediately exercise stopped, lasted at… CONTINUE READING