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TitleThe Physiology and Pathophysiology of Exercise Tolerance [electronic resource] / edited by Jรผrgen M. Steinacker, Susan A. Ward
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1996
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Descript XIII, 333 p. online resource


1. Introduction -- 1. Greeting Address of the German Society of Cardiology in Honor of Professor Martin Stauch -- 2. Professor Martin Stauch: His Career -- 3. The Beginning of Applied Physiology and Sports Medicine in Ulm -- 4. Preventative Cardiology and Physical Activity: An Overview -- 2. The Physiological Basis of Muscular Fatigue -- 5. Mechanism of Fatigue in Small Muscle Groups -- 6. Factors Contributing to Enhanced Fatigue-Resistance in Low-Frequency Stimulated Muscle -- 7. Energy Metabolism and Muscle Fatigue during Exercise -- 8. Differences in Concentrically and Eccentrically Determined Local Muscle Endurance of the Shoulder Musculature with Different Training Status -- 9. Inactivity Alters Structural and Functional Properties of the Neuromuscular Junction -- 10. Effect of Passive and Active Recovery on PCr Kinetics -- 11. Phosphocreatine as an Energy Store and Energy Shuttle in Human Skeletal Muscles -- 3. Systemic Limitation to Maximum Exercise in Healthy Subjects -- 12. Domains of Aerobic Function and Their Limiting Parameters -- 13. Does Ventilation Ever Limit Human Performance? -- 14. Blood Flow Regulation during Exercise in Man -- 15. Thermoregulation and Fluid Balance as Possible Limiting Factors in Prolonged Exercise in Humans -- 16. Endocrine Regulation of Metabolism during Exercise -- 17. The Dynamics of Blood Flow Changes in Lower Limb Arteries during and following Exercise in Humans -- 18. Hypoxia and Anaemia Produce Equivalent Effects on Maximal Oxygen Consumption -- 19. Effect of Dry and Humid Heat on Plasma Catecholamines during Prolonged Light Exercise -- 20. Coordination of Breathing and Walking at Different Treadmill Speed and Slope Levels and Its Effects on Respiratory Rate and Minute Ventilation -- 21. Intracoronary Blockade of Nitric Oxide Synthetase Limits Coronary Vasodilation during Submaximal Exercise -- 22. Activation of Thrombocytes and the Hemostatic System during Maximal Cycle Exercise in Healthy Triathletes -- 23. Arterial O2 Desaturation during Supine Exercise in Highly Trained Cyclists -- 4. Pathophysiology of Exercise Intolerance -- 24. Exercise in Chronic Respiratory Disease -- 25. Exercise Physiology and the Immune System -- 26. Exercise Tolerance and Impairment of Sympathetic Nervous System Activity -- 27. Noninvasive Methods to Investigate Blood Supply to the Lower Extremities in Patients with Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease during Exercise -- 28. Determining the Lactate Threshold in Patients with Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease -- 29. Cardiovascular and Metabolic Responses to Exercise in Heart Transplanted Children -- 30. Death in Sports: Contrast between Team and Individual Sports -- 5. Sports-Specific Limitations to Exercise in Health and Disease -- 31. Physiological Limitations to Endurance Exercise -- 32. Cardiopulmonary and Metabolic Responses to Upper Body Exercise -- 33. Isokinetic Parameters of the Trunk as an Indicator of Physical Capacity -- 34. The Horseriderโ{128}{153}s Spine during Exercise -- 35. Changes of Hormone Values during an Ultra Long Distance Run -- 36. Human Muscle Fibre Types and Mechanical Efficiency during Cycling -- 37. Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Body Building and Abuse of Anabolic Steroids -- 38. Lactate Concentrations in Different Blood Compartments after 6-min Maximal Exercise in Well Trained Rowers -- 6. Enhancing Exercise Tolerance in Health and Disease -- 39. Can Amino Acids Influence Exercise Performance in Athletes? -- 40. Enhancing Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Lung Disease -- 41. Effects of Drugs on Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Cardiovascular Disease -- 42. Training for the Enhancement of Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Left Ventricular Dysfunction -- 43. Clinical Dose-Response Effects of Exercise -- 44. Clinical Improvement of Skin Microcirculation in Patients with Chronic Venous Incompetence (CVI) by Physical Exercise Training -- 45. The Effect of Breathing Pattern during Respiratory Training on Cycling Endurance -- 46. The โ{128}{156}Endurance Parameter Ratioโ{128}{157} of the Power-Duration Curve and Race Variation Strategy for Distance Running

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