[The John Sutton Lecture: CSEP, 2002]. Pulmonary system limitations to exercise in health.

Abstract

It is commonly held that the structural capacity of the normal lung is "overbuilt" and exceeds the demand for pulmonary O2 and CO2 transport in the healthy, exercising human. On the other hand, the adaptability of pulmonary system structures to habitual physical training is substantially less than are other links in the O2 transport system. Accordingly, in… (More)

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@article{Dempsey2003TheJS, title={[The John Sutton Lecture: CSEP, 2002]. Pulmonary system limitations to exercise in health.}, author={Jerome A. Dempsey and A William Sheel and Hans Christian Haverkamp and Mark A. Babcock and C A Harms}, journal={Canadian journal of applied physiology = Revue canadienne de physiologie appliquee}, year={2003}, volume={28 Suppl}, pages={S2-24} }