Effects of Exercise Training and Detraining on Baroreflex Function and Hemodynamic Responses to Exercise and Non-exercise Stress in Healthy Men
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1986 - 370 pages
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01 level 40 mmHg LBNP ANOVA table arterial baroreceptors arterial pressure baroreflex sensitivity Blood Pressure mmHg body negative pressure bradycardia cardiac index carotid baroreceptors carotid baroreflex carotid sinus catecholamine Change in Diastolic Change in Forearm Change in Systolic changes in HR Condition High Intensity Descriptive statistics detraining Diastolic Blood Pressure endurance training epinephrine Exercise Groups Mean exercise in high exercise protocol exercise training F Group forearm blood flow forearm vascular resistance Group Error heart rate high and low High Intensity Low increase in V02max intensity exercise groups Intensity Low Intensity LBNP in high low intensity exercise lower body negative Mean _ ml/kg/min mmHg LBNP Data norepinephrine R-R interval reflex rest significantly Source df SS SS MS F subjects submaximal and maximal supine to five Systolic Blood Pressure Table for Change Test x Group training and detraining training protocol Valsalva maneuver variability vasoconstrictor weeks of training Weeks training workloads