Physical exercise after induced alkalosis -bicarbonate or tris-buffer-

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Title translated into German:Koerperliche Belastung nach provozierter Alkalose -Bikarbonat oder Tris-Puffer-
Author:Kindermann, W.; Keul, Joseph; Huber, G.
Published in:European journal of applied physiology
Published:37 (1977), 3 , S. 197-204, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
ISSN:1439-6319, 0301-5548
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Identification number:PU197904008856
AU  - Kindermann, W.
A2  - Kindermann, W.
A2  - Keul, Joseph
A2  - Huber, G.
DB  - BISp
DP  - BISp
KW  - Alkalose
KW  - Alkalose, respiratorische
KW  - Basenüberschuss
KW  - Belastung, körperliche
KW  - Elektrolytstoffwechsel
KW  - Herzfrequenz
KW  - Kohlendioxydpartialdruck
KW  - Laktat
KW  - Laufgeschwindigkeit
KW  - Leistungsfähigkeit, körperliche
KW  - Leistungsphysiologie
KW  - Mann
KW  - Mittelstreckenlauf
KW  - pH-Wert
KW  - Pufferbase
KW  - Sportmedizin
KW  - Standardbikarbonat
KW  - Stoffwechsel
KW  - Säure-Basen-Haushalt
LA  - eng
TI  - Physical exercise after induced alkalosis -bicarbonate or tris-buffer-
TT  - Koerperliche Belastung nach provozierter Alkalose -Bikarbonat oder Tris-Puffer-
PY  - 1977
N2  - The influence of bicarbonate and Tris-buffer infusions on the performance capacity for maximal, brief exercise (400 m run) was studied using 10 normal males in their twenties. Run time, maximal lactate concentration and heart rate remained unchanged after the buffer infusions. As a result of the induced elevated buffering capacity, the average pH after exercise was about 0.1 unit higher. Corresponding values for base excess and standard bicarbonate were found. The arterial pCO2 was higher after infusion as a result of the active respiratory compensation. Since the reduction in the work-related metabolic acidosis by the buffering substances caused no improvement in performance, the importance of pH as the performance-limiting factor must be questioned because the investigation gave no evidence for alterations of intracellular pH. Verf.-Referat
SP  - S. 197-204
SN  - 1439-6319
JO  - European journal of applied physiology
IS  - 3
VL  - 37
M3  - Gedruckte Ressource
ID  - PU197904008856
ER  -