RER

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Related to respiratory exchange ratio: respiratory quotient, oxygen deficit
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RERRegione Emilia-Romagna
RERRental Equipment Register
RERRéseau Express Régional (French commuter rail in Paris)
RERRough Endoplasmic Reticulum
RERRespiratory Exchange Ratio
RERRadio Edge Router
RERRe-Recording
RERRead Error
RERRenewable Energy Resource
RERReal Exchange Rate
RERReview of Educational Research
RERReplication Error
RERRadiological Emergency Response (various locations)
RERRegional Express Network
RERRecurrent Exertional Rhabdomyolysis
RERReed Electronics Research (Reed Business Information)
RERReal Estate Resources, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH)
RERReading to End Racism (various locations)
RERRelative Energy Ratio
RERRégimen Especial de Renta (Spanish: Special Income Scheme; taxes)
RERRadio Est Réunion (French radio station)
RERRespiratory Exchange Rate
RERRemediation Effectiveness Report
RERResearch Expenditure Report
RERRubberized Equipment Repair
RERResting Energing Requirement
RERResource Efficiency Ratio
RERReceiver-Exciter Ranging
RERRepair Effectiveness Rating
RERRemote Read-Out
RERRadio Expenditure Report
RERReactor Event Report
RERRadiation Effect Reactor
RERReusable - Expendable - Reusable
RERRedeye Reduction (camera technology)
RERRegional Expected Results (World Health Organization)
RERRecord of Environmental Review (US FEMA)
RERRecognition Error Rate (speech synthesis design value)
RERResting Energy Rate
RERRadar Echo Return
RERResource Evaluation Report
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Values are the 6 min averages of the Fatmax stage and given as the mean [+ or -] SEM Variables Fatmax stage Fat oxidation rate, g/min 0.32 [+ or -] 0.02 Carbohydrate oxidation rate, g/min 0.66 [+ or -] 0.06 Contribution of fat to energy production, % 57.68 [+ or -] 2.38 Contribution of carbohydrates to energy 42.32 [+ or -] 2.38 production, % Exercise intensity, % [??][O.sub.2peak] 39.81 [+ or -] 1.17 Heart rate, bpm 106 [+ or -] 3 Respiratory exchange ratio 0.83 [+ or -] 0.01 Energy expenditure, kcal/h 330.7 [+ or -] 13.6 Speed, km/h 4.51 [+ or -] 0.13 Table 3.
SD: Standard deviation, RER: Respiratory exchange ratio, CE: Cycle ergometer, TM: Treadmill
Value of respiratory exchange ratio was also comparable between the groups.
(1997) examined the influence of verbal encouragement during assessment of maximal oxygen uptake and concluded that verbal encouragement increased the treadmill time, V[O.sub.2max] (8,7%), and respiratory exchange ratio in Jenkins Activity Survey's type B people (creative), while there were no influences on type A (ward working).
Descriptive statistics included calculation of mean values for subjects VO2 max, VCO/VO values, the duration of the test, the maximal pulmonary ventilation (VE), the maximal heart rate (HR), and the respiratory exchange ratio (RER).
RER: respiratory exchange ratio; RPE: ratings of perceived exertion; [??][O.sub.2]: oxygen consumption; [??]C[O.sub.2]: carbon dioxide production.
Respiratory exchange ratio (RER) is defined as the CO2 production divided by the O2 consumption.
TABLE 1: CALORIE EQUIVALENCE OF THE RESPIRATORY RATIO AND %KCAL FROM CARBOHYDRATES AND FATS Energy %kcal Respiratory Exchange Ratio Kcal L [0.sub.2] Carbohydrates Fats 0.71 4.69 0 100 0.75 4.74 15.6 84.4 0.80 4.80 33.4 66.6 0.85 4.86 50.7 49.3 0.90 4.92 67.5 32.5 0.95 4.99 84.0 16.0 1.00 5.05 100.0 0 Source: Wilmore and Costill, 1994 Figure 1.
After the tests, collected data were used to calculate minute by minute power, VO2 both as L/min and normalized for body weight, VC[O.sub.2], and respiratory exchange ratio (RER).
Their respiratory exchange ratio dropped as well, indicating energy production during peak exercise was not up to snuff.
The trial compared oxygen uptake, carbon dioxide output, respiratory exchange ratio, HR, rating of perceived exertion, and affect between two LV-HIIT protocols with different work-recovery durations (i.e.
The test was completed when (a) respiratory exchange ratio (RER) gain was >1.1 according to changes of VC[O.sub.2]/V[O.sub.2] on screen, (b) the HR of >185, and (c) the announcement of exhaustive case.
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