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Challenging O2 delivery demand/matching with reduced exercising muscle perfusion pressure: Do vasodilatory and/or pressor mechanisms compensate?
We sought to determine if compensatory vasodilator and/or pressor responses protect exercising muscle O2 delivery (O2D) under conditions of reduced arterial perfusion pressure, if this is exercise intensity-dependent, and ...
Individual differences in the mechanisms governing oxygen delivery - Implications for exercise performance and tolerance
Oxygen delivery (O2D) is an important factor for maintaining intracellular homeostasis during exercise. Disruptions in intracellular homeostasis increase fatigue progression and the perception of exercise. The presence ...