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Evaluation of an MR-conditional “cardio stepper” for cardiopulmonary exercise testing
Background: Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) represents the gold standard for routine examination of cardiac function and structure evaluation at rest and during exercise as well. Conventional stress CMR ...
Extreme Terrestrial Environments: Life in Thermal Stress and Hypoxia. A Narrative Review
Living, working and exercising in extreme terrestrial environments are challenging tasks even for healthy humans of the modern new age. The issue is not just survival in remote environments but rather the achievement of ...
The "FIFA 11+" injury prevention program improves body stability in child (10 year old) soccer players
The suitability of the FIFA 11+ prevention programme to improve selected performance outcomes in children aged < 14 years has not been established yet. This study aimed to investigate the effects of the FIFA 11+ programme ...
Monitoring body temperature during moderate intensity exercise and inactive recovery in the cold: a pilot study
Exposure to cold ambient conditions during outdoor recreation can lead to significant heat loss. It is unknown how fast body temperature decreases or how fast a person could become hypothermic in cold temperatures. We ...
Does growing up at high altitude pose a risk factor for type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) has developed into a serious and one of the largest global health problems. Whether growing up and/or living in high-altitude regions pose a risk factor for T2DM remains a matter of debate. ...