Cardiovascular Physiology in Exercise and Sport

  • ID: 3685134
  • Book
  • 200 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Written by an eminent cardiovascular physiologist with a strong track record in dealing with issues related to exercise and environmental physiology, this text covers cardiovascular function from the exercise and human physiologist's viewpoint. It provides a solid foundation of knowledge of how the cardiovascular system responds and adapts to the challenges of exercise and environmental change, and analyses the practicalities of measuring cardiovascular parameters in normal human subjects.

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Chapter 1 - INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2 - CARDIAC ACTIVATION
Chapter 3 - CARDIAC OUTPUT
Chapter 4 - BLOOD PRESSURE
Chapter 5 - VASOMOTOR REGULATION IN EXERCISE
Chapter 6 - THE VASCULAR SYSTEM
Chapter 7 - LOCAL REGULATION OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR FUNCTION
Chapter 8 - MEASURING PERIPHERAL VASCULAR FUNCTION
Chapter 9 - PULMONARY VASCULAR FUNCTION
Chapter 10 - CIRCULATORY LIMITS TO EXERCISE
Chapter 11 - ADVERSE CIRCULATORY EFFECTS OF EXERCISE
Chapter 12 - CARDIOVASCULAR ADAPTATIONS TO TRAINING
Chapter 13 - EFFECTS OF HIGH ALTITUDE
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Bell, Christopher
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