5 edition of Ergometry found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harald Mellerowicz, Vojin N. Smodlaka, with contributions by Kurt Maidorn ... [et al.] ; translated by Allan L. Rice.|
|Contributions||Smodlaka, Vojin N., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC71.8 .M4413 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 420 p. :|
|Number of Pages||420|
|LC Control Number||80011140|
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Ergometry (from Greek ergos = work and metry = to measure) is the measurement and quantification of human physical performance. Traditionally, ergometric measurements evaluate the endurance capabilities of a person, although strength capabilities can also be quantified using appropriate :// Abstract.
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At the 6th International Seminar on Ergometry the latest findings and advances in ergometry were discussed. Reviews and results of the congress covering a wide range of features in exercise testing are presented in this book. The editors hope that this book will make a substantial contribution to our knowledge regarding exercise testing and ERGOMETRY [ edit | edit source].
Introduction. Ergometry is the science that measures amounts of work activity. To be more specific, Ergometry is the study of physical work done by the body, especially that performed by a specific muscle or muscle groups during exercise. An Ergometer is a device that measures work performed by a person exercising.
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If VO 2 is measured during a steady state at various cycling rates, a linear relation between a change in VO 2 and the work rate is typically noted: the range of 9 to 12 mL of O 2 /min −1 /W −1 depends on the rate of work incrementation 19; Figure depicts the relationship between W and VO 2 for cycling :// The information obtained from a simple submaximal test (the 3‐min step test) was compared with that from a maximal cycle ergometry study, in a group of children with CF with relatively mild abnormalities of lung function (FEV 1 > 50% predicted).
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