EPOC

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AcronymDefinition
EPOCEnfermedad Pulmonar Obstructiva Crónica (Colombia)
EPOCEnfermedad Pulmonar Obstructiva Cronica
EPOCExcess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption
EPOCExternal Payload Operations Center
EPOCEnvironment Policy Committee (OECD)
EPOCElectronic Piece of Cheese (alleged name for Psion EPOC-16 operating system)
EPOCEffective Practice and Organisation of Care Group (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
EPOCEmergency Point of Contact (US FEMA)
EPOCEnvironmental Partnership Organizing Club (Japan)
EPOCEnvironmental Professionals' Organization of Connecticut
EPOCEuropean Plans and Operations Center (US)
EPOCEnterprise Point of Care (Epocal Inc.)
EPOCEmergency Preparedness Operations Center
EPOCEastern Pacific Oceanic Conference
EPOCEmerging Pollutants of Concern
EPOCExcess Post-Exercise Consumption
EPOCElectric Power Optimization Centre (University of Auckland; New Zealand)
EPOCEquipment Point of Connection
EPOCEnnis - Pocsidio Partnership (New York, NY)
EPOCEngineer Plant Operator Course
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Today, the best method to quantify EE during RT is through the sum of three components: aerobic, excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), and anaerobic.
It has been reported that there are some restrictions on the use of the excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, blood lactate accumulation and WAnT (2,29).
Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) was recorded until 2 consecutive 15-sec measurements fell below 5.0 mL x [kg.sup.-1] x [min.sup.-1] (which is considered a typical standing, resting V[O.sub.2]).