oxygen debt

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a cumulative deficit of oxygen resulting from intense exercise

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It is important, therefore, to find reliable indices to predict when an increase in DO [sub]2 will reduce the oxygen debt, reflected by an increase in VO [sub]2 .
Similarly, there is a correlation between oxygen debt produced as a result of effort and the effect of high altitude hypoxia.
4) correspond to data from voluntary muscle, where variations in blood volume or increased oxygen consumption resulting in oxygen debt are generated experimentally.
When glucose consumption dominates, we find ourselves producing an abundance of lactic acid and therefore oxygen debt.
Against a tough opponent, the final minutes of a match would be characterized by severe pain in the lungs and chest, fear of losing, embarrassment from looking bad, nausea from oxygen debt, and an occasional time-out to vomit into a bucket that was always waiting for me at the edge of the mat.
Crucial to the understanding of oxygen delivery during resuscitation are the concepts of oxygen deficit and oxygen debt.
Role of oxygen debt in the development of organ failure, sepsis and death in high-risk surgical patients.
Post exercise oxygen consumption has been termed EPOC and is caused by oxygen debt from exercise (17).
Margaria and Dill--Formulated oxygen debt hypothesis (1933).