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Exercise physiology : a thematic approach

Exercise physiology : a thematic approach

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hale, Tudor
Title Statement
Exercise physiology : a thematic approach / Tudor Hale.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Chichester ;   Hoboken, NJ :   Wiley ,   c2003.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 340 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Wiley SportTexts series
ISBN
0470846836 (pbk.) : 0470846828
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [297]-306) and index
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Exercise -- Physiological aspects
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Series Preface = xiii
Acknowledgements = xv
Prologue = 1
 Introduction = 1
 Maximal oxygen uptake = 2
 The Fick equation = 3
 General structure of the book = 5
1 The Maximal Oxygen Uptake Test = 9
 Learning Objectives = 9
 Objective test = 10
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 12
 Introduction = 13
 Collecting data = 17
 Informed consent = 17
 Preliminary measures = 18
 Test protocols = 18
 Ergometers = 19
 Gas collection = 21
 Calibration = 23
 Calculation of oxygen uptake = 26
 Atypical inspired gas fractions = 29
 Other variables recorded = 29
 Key points = 30
 Answers to questions in the text = 33
 Answer to exercise in the text = 34
2 Oxygen from Atmosphere to Blood = 37
 Learning Objectives = 37
 Objective test = 38
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 40
 Introduction = 41
 Lung volumes and capacities = 42
 The Vitalograph lung function test = 47
 The effects of pressure and temperature on gas volumes = 48
 Lung structure and function = 52
 The bronchial tree = 52
 Smooth muscle = 55
 Conductive and diffusive zones = 55
 The pulmonary circulation = 57
 Lung ventilation and gas transfer = 59
 Convection and diffusion = 59
 Partial pressure = 60
 The mechanics of breathing = 65
 Control of ventilation = 67
 Key points = 70
 Answers to questions in the text = 71
 Answers to exercises in the text = 73
3 Oxygen Content of the Blood = 79
 Learning Objectives = 79
 Objective test = 80
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 82
 Introduction = 82
 The blood profile = 83
 Blood = 83
 Erythrocytes(red blood cells) = 83
 Haemoglobin = 85
 The haematocrit = 86
 White blood cell count = 86
 Oxygen carriage in the blood = 88
 Dissolved oxygen = 88
 Oxygen carried in chemical combination = 89
 Abnormal values of arterial oxygen pressure( Pa O2 ) = 92
 Lung disease = 93
 Erythrocyte transit time through the pulmonary capillary bed = 94
 Hyperoxia = 94
 Key points = 95
 Answers to questions in the text = 96
 Answers to exercises in the text = 98
4 Oxygen Delivery and the Heart = 101
 Learning Objectives = 101
 Objective test = 102
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 104
 Introduction = 104
 Structure of the heart = 106
 Cardiac muscle = 106
 Atria and ventricles = 107
 The electrical activity of the heart = 108
 The electrocardiogram = 111
 Abnormal electrocardiograms = 112
 The mechanical events of the cardiac cycle = 113
 Cardiac output during exercise = 115
 Cardiac output in endurance athletes = 116
 Intrinsic and extrinsic control of cardiac function = 116
 The Frank-Starling law = 116
 Autonomic nervous control = 116
 Key points = 119
 Answers to questions in the text = 121
 Answers to exercises in the text = 122
5 Oxygen Distribution and the Circulation = 125
 Learning Objectives = 125
 Objective test = 126
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 128
 The circulatory system = 128
 Blood pressure measurement = 129
 The systemic circulation = 130
 Blood vessel structure = 130
 Maintenance of venous return = 133
 Blood volume and its distribution = 135
 Blood flow distribution during exercise = 135
 The autonomic nervous system and blood distribution = 136
 Regulation of arterial blood pressure = 141
 Key points = 143
 Answers to questions in the text = 144
6 Oxygen Consumption - the Structure and Contraction of Skeletal Muscle = 147
 Learning Objectives = 147
 Objective test = 148
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 150
 Introduction = 150
 Electromyography = 151
 The origins of contraction = 152
  Intracellular-and extracellular fluids = 152
  The resting membrane potential = 152
 The action potential and transmission of the nerve impulse = 154
  The muscle twitch = 154
  Summation and tetanus = 156
 The grading of muscle response = 157
 Muscle fibre types = 158
 The ultra-structure of muscle fibres = 159
  The sarcomere = 159
  Myofilaments = 160
  Connective tissues = 162
 The mechanics of the sliding filament theory = 162
  Actin and myosin filaments = 165
  The sarcoplasmic reticulum = 166
 Adenosine triphosphate = 167
 Key points = 168
 Answers to questions in the text = 170
 Answer to exercises in the text = 172
7 Oxygen Consumption in the Muscle Cell = 173
 Learning Objectives = 173
 Objective test = 174
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 176
 Introduction = 177
 Oxygen consumption at rest and during maximal exercise = 178
 Oxyhaemoglobin and myoglobin dissociation curves = 180
 An overview of adenosine triphosphate production = 183
  Phosphorylation = 183
 The phosphagen system = 186
 Glycolysis and glycogenolysis = 189
 Oxidation = 193
 The Krebs cycle = 194
 The electron transfer chain = 196
 Adenosine triphosphate production = 200
 Fat oxidation = 201
 Key points = 202
 Answers to questions in the text = 204
 Answers to exercises in the text = 206
8 The Interplay between Aerobic and Anaerobic Metabolism = 207
 Learning Objectives = 207
 Objective test = 208
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 210
 Introduction = 210
 Anaerobic metabolism = 211
 Anaerobic glycolysis = 213
 The consequences of anaerobic glycolysis = 214
 The fate of lactic acid = 215
 Anaerobic thresholds = 215
 Anaerobic power and capacity = 218
 Standing high jump tests = 218
 The Margaria test = 219
 The Wingate test = 219
 The repeated sprints test = 221
 Post-exercise oxygen consumption = 222
 Maximum accumulated oxygen deficit = 223
 Key points = 224
 Answers to questions in the text = 225
9 Venous Blood, Carbon Dioxide and Acid - Base Balance = 229
 Learning Objectives = 229
 Objective test = 230
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 232
 Introduction = 232
 Venous return = 234
 Veins = 234
 Mechanisms of venous return = 234
 Central venous pressure = 235
 Venous blood and carbon dioxide = 236
 Carriage of carbon dioxide in the blood = 238
 Dissolved carbon dioxide = 238
 Reversible combinations = 238
 Acids and bases = 243
 Blood buffers = 244
 The respiratory response = 246
 The kidney response = 246
 Key points = 247
 Answers to questions in the text = 248
 Answer to exercises in the text = 249
10 Epilogue - the Factors Limiting Maximal Oxygen Uptake = 251
 Learning Objectives = 251
 Objective test = 251
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 254
 Introduction = 254
 Factors affecting arterial oxygen content = 256
 Altitude = 256
 Lung disease = 256
 Pulmonary oedema = 257
 Alveolar ventilation = 260
 Dead spaces = 261
 Pulmonary capillary transit time = 265
 Haemogolbin levels(Hb) = 266
 Factors affecting cardiac output = 266
 Heart rate and stroke volume = 266
 Gender = 267
 Age = 268
 Heart disease = 269
 Beta-blockade = 269
 Training studies = 269
 Factors affecting venous oxygen content = 270
 Hyperoxia = 271
 Hyperbaric oxygen = 271
 Conclusion = 272
 Key points = 273
11 Postscript - Exercise, Fitness and Health = 275
 Learning Objectives = 275
 Objective test = 276
 Symbols, abbreviations and units of measurement = 278
 Introduction = 278
 Cardiovascular disease(CVD) = 280
 Coronary heart disease(CHD) = 282
 The aetiology of coronary heart disease = 282
 Exercise and coronary heart disease = 284
 Epidemiological studies = 285
 The British Regional Heart Study = 286
 Cordiovascular disease in children = 287
 What mechanisms might confer protection? = 287
 Cardiac efficiency = 288
 Collateral circulation = 289
 Reduced blood pressure = 289
 Changes in cholesterol and triglycerides = 289
 Control of diabetes mellitus - TypeⅡ = 290
 Prevention of obesity = 290
 Exercise prescription = 293
 Exercise and cerebrovascular disease(CeVD) = 293
 Exercise and other diseases = 293
 Lung disease = 295
 Cancers = 295
 Conclusion = 295
 Key points = 295
Appendix 1 References and Further Reading = 297
Appendix 2 Glossary = 307
Appendix 3 Origins of Some Terms = 325
Appendix 4 Answer Key to the Objective Tests = 327
Index = 329


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