metabolic demand


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metabolic demand

Abbreviation: Q/VO2.
The cardiac output divided by the oxygen uptake.
See also: demand
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Mairal et al., "Perilipin 5 finetunes lipid oxidation to metabolic demand and protects against lipotoxicity in skeletal muscle," Scientific Reports, vol.
Moreover, to avoid sports injuries, training sessions can be adjusted according to metabolic demand during their maximal effort.
The RER alone also failed to detect differences in the metabolic demand induced by HII and MIC (RER: 0.77 [+ or -] 0.01 vs 0.76 [+ or -] 0.01, P=0.37, respectively; EE: 71.8 [+ or -] 2.1 vs 101.4 [+ or -] 4.5 cal/min, P=0.0001, respectively).
Modern rate-adaptive pacemakers are designed to simulate the chronotropic response of a normal sinus node (SN), incrementally increasing the heart rate (and cardiac output) of patients with chronotropic incompetence in proportion to metabolic demands, emotional needs and stress.
Abnormal kinematics and associated compensations may be overemphasized as the cause of the high metabolic demand in individuals with lower-limb amputations [14].
The balance of iron in the body primarily is a combined result of three dynamics- intake, losses and metabolic demand.
Thus, the knowledge about the effects of the environment, along with the physiological and metabolic demand of a lifesaving rescue in surf beaches, could further contribute to BLGs training prescription.
The promising reality here is that for any given amount of weight support, metabolic demand can be increased by increasing walking or running speed.
Normally CBF is coupled to metabolic demand of tissue, with normal flow greater than 50 ml/100 g/min.
(6) The brain has numerous physiological mechanisms to maintain blood flow to meet metabolic demand, without jeopardising the delicate balance of factors that maintain ICP.
Heart failure (HF) is defined as an inadequate ability by the heart to pump enough blood to meet the blood-flow and metabolic demand of the body.

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