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Specifically, strength training and prosthetic training have both been found to decrease metabolic demand [17,29].
The purpose of this study was to assess the physiological and metabolic demands of a rescue simulation in a surf beach and identify the performance determinants.
* Propofol anaesthesia is being utilised in adults to reduce the metabolic demand for oxygen, with the added benefit of improving the seizure threshold.
Hypothermia: Cooling the brain reduces damage by decreasing metabolic demand, decreasing inflammation and reducing the release of glutamate and free radicals that compound ischaemic damage.
Barbiturate therapy is thought to decrease elevated ICP by inducing vasoconstriction and decreasing cerebral metabolic demand (Bullock et al., 2000; MICROMEDEX, 2002).
fulgens, the energy available from the presumed 100% catabolism of energy reserves was more than adequate to support metabolic demand. This is in contrast to previous studies with other species of abalone larvae (H.
Differences in feeding activity between the sexes may be a consequence of metabolic demands and, therefore, an outcome of sexual segregation rather than its cause.
Therefore, using HR-based methods should allow coaches and players alike to better understand and estimate the metabolic demands during professional rugby union games
(14) compared blood lactate and rating of perceived exertion (RPE) from MMA official matches to three different training sessions, including sparring bouts, and concluded that these training sessions successfully replicated the metabolic demands, specifically lactate concentrations, of the competitive environment.
[W.sub.AER]: aerobic energy system contribution; [W.sub.GLYCOL]: glycolytic energy system contribution; [W.sub.TOTAL]: total metabolic demand; RCP: respiratory compensation point; PTS: peak treadmill speed; [??][O.sub.2max]: maximal oxygen uptake; T10-km time: total time to complete 10-km running time trial.
It is not directly clear from the present study if the differences in metabolic demand are also associated with concomitant increases in RPE.
Results from this study showed that metabolic demand for servicemembers with amputations was 8.5 percent and 10.4 percent higher than that for the controls at speeds of 1.34 m/s and 1.52 m/s, respectively.

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