Heart rate and blood pressure responses to standard isokinetic knee testing
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Heart rate and blood pressure responses to standard isokinetic knee testing

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Exercise tests -- Physiological aspects,
  • Heart beat,
  • Blood pressure,
  • Knee

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Statementby Richard W. Chapman.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 73 leaves.
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13597207M
OCLC/WorldCa20785239

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The purpose of the present study was to compare arterial pressure (AP) and heart rate (HR) responses to submaximal isokinetic, isotonic and isometric exercises currently employed in physical. Effects of isokinetic and isotonic training programmes on heart rate and blood pressure in high school students Study aim: To compare the effects of 6-week isokinetic and isotonic training. Heart rate and blood pressure became higher during one-legged knee extension than during handgrip, and with increasing level of contraction. The older subjects had a lower heart rate and a higher blood pressure response than their younger counterparts, and the Cited by:   Despite eliciting the same heart rate response subjective effort, blood pressure and heart rate variability differed significantly between the two exercise modes. RPP – an indirect measure of myocardial oxygen consumption – was increased by 13% under SE [55,56]. Generally, findings of this study suggest that – provided a similar low heart Cited by:

the right knee flexors and extensors on an isokinetic dynamometer). Systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), heart rate (HR), and rate pressure product (RPP) were measured at rest and during peak response. There were no significant differences between the three treatments in increasing SBP and DBP. The increase of mean systolic blood pressure amounted to ± mmHg which was equal to 28% of the resting value. Female subjects completed their exercise test at the mean workload of ± (W) with the heart rate values of ± bpm, systolic arterial blood pressure ± , and diastolic blood pressure ± mmHg, whereas males finished their exercise test Cited by: 6. Abstract. The purpose of the present study was to compare arterial pressure (AP) and heart rate (HR) responses to submaximal isokinetic, isotonic and isometric exercises currently employed in physical rehabilitation therapy in terms of both magnitude and by: Cole et al. proposed that an abnormal heart rate recovery was defined as a reduction of 12 beats per minute or less from the heart rate at peak exercise to 1 minute after the cessation of exercise in a cool-down period (Cole et al., ).Subsequently, Watanabe et al. confirmed that even in the absence of a cool-down period and after accounting for left ventricular systolic function, heart.

HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE RESPONSES TO EXERCISE Figure 2: Correlation between age (years) and systolic blood pressure after exercise (SBP-A) Table (3): Mean Diastolic Blood Pressure Measurements (DBP). Group 1 (N= 25) Group 2 (N=26) Group 3 (N=29) Overall P value Post hoc G1VS G2 G1VS G3 G2VS G3 Mean DBP-B mmHg SD± SD±   Brachial arterial pressure, oesophageal pressure, and knee joint angle were monitored in eight untrained young men as they performed bilateral leg-press actions (simultaneous hip and knee extension and ankle plantarflexion) against resistance. Single maximal leg-press actions on an isokinetic device evoked mean peak arterial (systolic/diastolic) pressures of / and / kPa at Cited by: More information: Ahmad Sabbahi et al, Peak Blood Pressure Responses During Maximum Cardiopulmonary Exercise TestingNovelty and Significance, Hypertension ().DOI: /HYPERTENSIONAHA Chapter 6 quiz STUDY. -hemodynamics: assessed by the heart rate and systolic/diastolic BP Blood pressure response. The normal BP response to dynamic upright exercise consists of: progressive increase in SBP-no change or a slight decrease -a widening of the pulse pressure.