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B-BBreath-by-Breath (oxygen/carbon dioxide transfer)
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However, time-domain analysis techniques may be useful to investigate breath-by-breath respiratory values among the time and to analyze additional features of respiration, otherwise unfeasible with a frequency-domain analysis.
Breath-by-breath method for measurement of V[O.sub.2] appears as a good way to overcome these issues; however, few publications have reported values in this experimental condition in rats (Musch et al., 1988; Russell et al., 1980).
Many modern exercise laboratories include equipment to monitor exhaled gases, often in the breath-by-breath mode.
Throughout each test, measurements of breath-by-breath gas samples, workload, heart rate, and blood pressure were taken at ventilatory threshold (VT) and peak exercise.
The proclaimer is best assisted by a colometric manuscript, that is, one arranged in breath-by-breath units or sense lines (cola).
The 13 contributions provide insights into direct and indirect methods for determining aerobic power, breath-by-breath pulmonary gas exchange, and anaerobic threshold.
The response time is quick enough to analyze breath-by-breath release from the nose.
This instrument provides RMR measurement based on breath-by-breath analysis, is FDA-cleared, and is typically used for assessments of patients' RMR or energy expenditure under exercise conditions at institutions such as Mayo Clinic.
Following analogue-to-digital conversion, the electrical signals from these devices were sampled and digitised for breath-by-breath determination of ventilatory and gas exchange variables (Beaver et al., 1973; Jenkins et al., 1989).
One test was completed using a mouth piece (Hans Rudolph T-Shape Series 2700 two-way non-rebreathing valve), 2 tests were completed using a facemask (Hans Rudolph 7400 Vmask Series Oro-Nasal MASK) and all tests were conducted using the Vmax breath-by-breath system (Vmax; SensorMedics, Yorba Linda, CA).
Endinspiratory pressure, PEEP, dynamic compliance and tidal volume can be trended with a breath-by-breath resolution to assess changes in compliance and volume.