Publikationen zum Thema Spiroergometrie


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  • Nr Titel Autoren/Institut Segement Produkt
  • 2015-026 Cardiorespiratory responses and prediction of peak oxygen uptake during the shuttle walking test in Neves CD; Lacerda AC; Lage VK; Lima LP; Fonseca SF
Produktbereich: Medizin
Veröffentlichung: Article
Sprache: English
Verlag/Herausgeber: Public Library of Science; PMID: 25659094; p. 1932-6203, 2015 Feb 06; Vol. 10 (2)
 
Background: 
The application of the Shuttle Walking Test (SWT) to assess cardiorespiratory fitness and the intensity of this test in healthy participants has rarely been studied.
This study aimed to assess and correlate the cardiorespiratory responses of the SWT with the cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CEPT) and to develop a regression equation for the prediction of peak oxygen uptake (VO2 peak) in healthy sedentary adult men.
 
Methods: 
In the first stage of this study, 12 participants underwent the SWT and the CEPT on a treadmill. In the second stage, 53 participants underwent the SWT twice. In both phases, the VO2 peak, respiratory exchange ratio (R), and heart rate (HR) were evaluated.
 
Results: 
Similar results in VO2 peak (P>0.05), R peak (P>0.05) and predicted maximum HR (P>0.05) were obtained between the SWT and CEPT. Both tests showed strong and significant correlations of VO2 peak (r = 0.704, P = 0.01) and R peak (r = 0.737, P<0.01), as well as the agreement of these measurements by Bland-Altman analysis. Body mass index and gait speed were the variables that explained 40.6% (R2 = 0.406, P = 0.001) of the variance in VO2 peak. The results obtained by the equation were compared with the values obtained by the gas analyzer and no significant difference between them (P>0.05) was found.
 
Conclusions: 
The SWT produced maximal cardiorespiratory responses comparable to the CEPT, and the developed equation showed viability for the prediction of VO2 peak in healthy
sedentary men.

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