Cardiovascular System and Physical Exercise

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CRC Press, May 31, 1987 - Medical - 208 pages
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This book focuses on adaptation and control of the cardiovascular system, along with myocardial and vascular reactions that provide the optimal blood flow under physical activity. New information on the main hemodynamic values measured with the help of updated methods used in the research of heart and great vessels is de-scribed, and a number of new parameters, such as arterial impedance, are introduced. The information presented in this book is of value to research cardiologists, experts in sports medicine and physiology as well as for physicians and physiologists connected with the use of muscular activity.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Adaptation to Stationary Work Loads
11
Adaptation to Periodic Work Loads
18
References
32
Physiological Mechanisms
39
The Quality of Regulation of the Cardiovascular System at Load
50
Frequency Characteristics of the Regulatory System of the Heart
62
References
71
Heart Rate
115
References
122
Blood Pressure
144
Work of the Heart
150
References
162
Oxygen Uptake and Hemodynamic Determinants
172
Cardiac Output as a Trigger Mechanism of Changing AVDo
181
Index
189

FunctionalAnatomic Fundamentals of Myocardial Responses
77
Phase Structure of the Cardiac Cycle
98

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