Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg

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Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg. / Langberg, Henning; Bülow, J; Kjaer, M.

In: Clinical physiology (Oxford, England), Vol. 19, No. 1, 1999, p. 89-93.

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Langberg, H, Bülow, J & Kjaer, M 1999, 'Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg', Clinical physiology (Oxford, England), vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 89-93.

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Langberg, H., Bülow, J., & Kjaer, M. (1999). Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg. Clinical physiology (Oxford, England), 19(1), 89-93.

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Langberg H, Bülow J, Kjaer M. Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg. Clinical physiology (Oxford, England). 1999;19(1):89-93.

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Langberg, Henning ; Bülow, J ; Kjaer, M. / Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg. In: Clinical physiology (Oxford, England). 1999 ; Vol. 19, No. 1. pp. 89-93.

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title = "Standardized intermittent static exercise increases peritendinous blood flow in human leg",
abstract = "Alteration in tendinous and peritendinous blood flow during and after exercise is suggested to contribute to the development of Achilles tendon injury and inflammation. In the present study a method for evaluating the influence of standardized workload on peritendinous flow is presented. The radioactive isotope xenon-133 was injected just ventrally to the Achilles tendon 5 cm proximal to the tendon's insertion on the calcaneous. The disappearance of 133Xe was used to determine blood flow during intermittent static exercise of the calf muscle (1.5 s exercise/1.5 s rest) for 30 min at a workload equivalent to individual body weight (1 BW) in six healthy volunteers around both Achilles tendons (n = 12). During intermittent static exercise, blood flow was increased from 1.8 +/- 0.3 ml 100 g tissue-1 min-1 (mean value and SEM) (rest) to 6.1 +/- 1.3 ml 100 g tissue-1 min-1 (exercise) (P <0.05). (3.4-fold) (p an average blood during dynamic equivalent exercise flow heel in increase induced obtained previously raises regular results the to> 0.05). It is concluded that the method is well suited to study the influence of standardized workload on the physiology and pathophysiology of the tissue around the Achilles tendon in humans.",
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N2 - Alteration in tendinous and peritendinous blood flow during and after exercise is suggested to contribute to the development of Achilles tendon injury and inflammation. In the present study a method for evaluating the influence of standardized workload on peritendinous flow is presented. The radioactive isotope xenon-133 was injected just ventrally to the Achilles tendon 5 cm proximal to the tendon's insertion on the calcaneous. The disappearance of 133Xe was used to determine blood flow during intermittent static exercise of the calf muscle (1.5 s exercise/1.5 s rest) for 30 min at a workload equivalent to individual body weight (1 BW) in six healthy volunteers around both Achilles tendons (n = 12). During intermittent static exercise, blood flow was increased from 1.8 +/- 0.3 ml 100 g tissue-1 min-1 (mean value and SEM) (rest) to 6.1 +/- 1.3 ml 100 g tissue-1 min-1 (exercise) (P <0.05). (3.4-fold) (p an average blood during dynamic equivalent exercise flow heel in increase induced obtained previously raises regular results the to> 0.05). It is concluded that the method is well suited to study the influence of standardized workload on the physiology and pathophysiology of the tissue around the Achilles tendon in humans.

AB - Alteration in tendinous and peritendinous blood flow during and after exercise is suggested to contribute to the development of Achilles tendon injury and inflammation. In the present study a method for evaluating the influence of standardized workload on peritendinous flow is presented. The radioactive isotope xenon-133 was injected just ventrally to the Achilles tendon 5 cm proximal to the tendon's insertion on the calcaneous. The disappearance of 133Xe was used to determine blood flow during intermittent static exercise of the calf muscle (1.5 s exercise/1.5 s rest) for 30 min at a workload equivalent to individual body weight (1 BW) in six healthy volunteers around both Achilles tendons (n = 12). During intermittent static exercise, blood flow was increased from 1.8 +/- 0.3 ml 100 g tissue-1 min-1 (mean value and SEM) (rest) to 6.1 +/- 1.3 ml 100 g tissue-1 min-1 (exercise) (P <0.05). (3.4-fold) (p an average blood during dynamic equivalent exercise flow heel in increase induced obtained previously raises regular results the to> 0.05). It is concluded that the method is well suited to study the influence of standardized workload on the physiology and pathophysiology of the tissue around the Achilles tendon in humans.

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