The effects of lower body negative pressure on the cardiovascular system: the relationships of gender and aerobic fitness
Description: Sixteen males and sixteen females were recruited for this study; eight of each gender were aerobically trained athletes; the remaining eight were untrained control subjects. Each subject performed a maximal exercise stress test for aerobic capacity (VO2max). On a separate day the blood volume and the cardiovascular responses to progressive (0 to -50 torr) lower body negative pressure (LBNP) were determined.
Creator: Hudson, Donna Louise
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