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Validation of a Computerized Metabolic Measurement System (Oxycon-Pro®) During Low and High Intensity Exercise1

Validation of a Computerized Metabolic Measurement System (Oxycon-Pro®) During Low and High Intensity Exercise1,10.1055/s-2001-14342,International Jou

Validation of a Computerized Metabolic Measurement System (Oxycon-Pro®) During Low and High Intensity Exercise1   (Citations: 16)
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Journal: International Journal of Sports Medicine - INT J SPORT MED , vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 291-294, 2001
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    • ...An open-circuit respiratory gas analysis system (Jaeger Oxycon Pro ® ), which has been validated elsewhere is used for these measures [58]...

    Francis M Finucaneet al. Randomized controlled trial of the efficacy of aerobic exercise in red...

    • ...The literature that does exist concentrates largely upon portable systems, such as the Cosmed K2 telemetry system (Kawakami et al. 1992; Lothian et al. 1993; Lucia et al. 1993; Peel and Utsey 1993), the Cosmed K4 metabolic system (McLaughlin et al. 2001) and the Aerosport TEEM 100 portable Eur J Appl Physiol (2002) 86: 435–441 DOI 10.1007/s00421-001-0572-2...
    • ...In comparison, the Cosmed K2 telemetry system is consistently found to underestimate _ V O2 during sub-maximal exercise (Kawakami et al. 1992; Lothian et al. 1993; Peel and Utsey 1993)...
    • ...Peel and Utsey (1993) reported a 12.5–17% underestimation at all sub-maximal workloads, while Kawakami et al. (1992) described an underestimation at sub-maximal workloads...

    James Carteret al. Validity and reliability of three commercially available breath-by-bre...

    • ...The metabolic carts Oxycon Alpha and its newer version the Oxycon Pro and the portable telemetric systems Cosmed K2 and its newer version Cosmed K4 were all demonstrated to be highly valid and reliable systems for measuring parameters of respiration during exercise (Carter and Jeukendrup 2002; Rietjens et al. 2001; McLaughlin et al. 2001; Lucõ´a et al. 1993)...

    Martin Burtscheret al. The upper limit of aerobic power in humans

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