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Effect of Lower Body Negative Pressure on Phase I Cardiovascular Responses at Exercise Onset

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Fagoni, Nazzareno
Bruseghini, Paolo
Adami, Alessandra
Capelli, Carlo
Tam, Enrico
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Published in International journal of sports medicine. 2020, vol. 41, no. 4, p. 209-218
Abstract We hypothesised that vagal withdrawal and increased venous return interact in determining the rapid cardiac output (CO) response (phase I) at exercise onset. We used lower body negative pressure (LBNP) to increase blood distribution to the heart by muscle pump action and reduce resting vagal activity. We expected a larger increase in stroke volume (SV) and smaller for heart rate (HR) at progressively stronger LBNP levels, therefore CO response would remain unchanged. To this aim ten young, healthy males performed a 50 W exercise in supine position at 0 (Control), -15, -30 and -45 mmHg LBNP exposure. On single beat basis, we measured HR, SV, and CO. Oxygen uptake was measured breath-by-breath. Phase I response amplitudes were obtained applying an exponential model. LBNP increased SV response amplitude threefold from Control to -45 mmHg. HR response amplitude tended to decrease and prevented changes in CO response. The rapid response of CO explained that of oxygen uptake. The rapid SV kinetics at exercise onset is compatible with an increased venous return, whereas the vagal withdrawal conjecture cannot be dismissed for HR. The rapid CO response may indeed be the result of two independent yet parallel mechanisms, one acting on SV, the other on HR.
Keywords AdultBlood Pressure / physiologyCardiac Output / physiologyExercise / physiologyHeart Rate / physiologyHumansLower Body Negative PressureMaleOxygen Consumption / physiologyStroke Volume / physiologyVagus Nerve / physiologyVascular Resistance / physiologyYoung Adult
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PMID: 31958874
PMCID: PMC7286127
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Research group Métabolisme énergétique (642)
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Swiss National Science Foundation: 32003B_127620
Swiss National Science Foundation: 32003B-114033
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FAGONI, Nazzareno et al. Effect of Lower Body Negative Pressure on Phase I Cardiovascular Responses at Exercise Onset. In: International journal of sports medicine, 2020, vol. 41, n° 4, p. 209-218. doi: 10.1055/a-1028-7496 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:163307

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