isocapnic

isocapnic

[-kap′nik]
pertaining to a level of carbon dioxide in the tissues that remains steady despite changing levels of ventilation.
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with simultaneous metaboreflex and chemoreflex activation was conducted on 13 healthy participants randomized into three groups: gruop I had PC activation with isocapnic hypoxia, group II had isometric handgrip exercise in normoxia and group III had metaboreflex activation in exercise during hypoxia [11].
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2014) Prediction of aerobic and anaerobic capacities of elite cyclists from changes in lactate during isocapnic buffering phase.
Effects of endurance training on the isocapnic buffering and hypocapnic hyperventilation phases in professional cyclists.
Sustained isocapnic hypoxia suppresses the perception of the magnitude of inspiratory resistive loads.
Isocapnic hyperpnea training improves performance in competitive male runners.
In a 1997 research study conducted at the Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation in La Jolla, California, inspiratory resistance, inspiratory occlusion pressure, and the ventilatory responses to hypercapnia and isocapnic hypoxia during waking and during stage 2 non-rapid eye movement sleep in nine men who were habitual snorers, were measured.
Dynamic ventilator response to acute isocapnic hypoxia in septuagenarians.
To examine the independent contribution of respiratory muscle work, during intense running, to the occurrence of CM fatigue, a trial of voluntary isocapnic hyperpnea was performed.
2]) begins to decline after isocapnic buffering to compensate for metabolic acidosis (3,9,11,33,45,54,56, 58,60).
Effects of intermittent hypoxia on the isocapnic hypoxic ventilatory response and erythropoiesis in humans.
2007) Isocapnic hyperpnea training improves performance in competitive male runners.