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Transcutaneous partial oxygen tension and skin blood flow monitoring: Continuous, noninvasive measures of cardiorespiratory change

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-254130
Greenlee, Mark W. ; Akita, M.
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Abstract

Transcutaneous partial oxygen tension (tc pO₂) and skin blood flow (via heat clearance) were measured noninvasively in 22 male subjects who performed stress-inducing tasks (i.e. hand-grip exercise, cold pressor test, breath holding, hyperventilation and mirror-tracing). An analysis of variance and covariance was conducted for tc pO₂ heat clearance, heart rate, respiration rate, finger pulse ...

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