Cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPET) is a helpful tool for evaluation of aerobic exercise capacity and tolerance for variety of population. CPET provides a full assessment of the physiologic responses of the pulmonary, cardiovascular, muscular, and cellular oxidative systems to exercise. The test progression include a incremental stepwise (on treadmill) or ramp control protocol (on bike ergometer ) to exhaustion. Measurement of respiratory gas exchange i.e. oxygen uptake, carbon dioxide, minute ventilation, other variables while monitoring ECG, blood pressure, pulse oximetry and exertion perceived (Borg Scale) during an incremental test .
Aim: To compere exercise responses for maximal exercise testing with different population.
Each participants will conducted an exercise test on treadmill using Modified Bruce Protocol) or cycle ergometer. Quark CPET metabolic cart (Cosmed, Rome, Italy) will be use to collect and analysis gas exchange. 10 minute after the graded exercise test Supra maximal exercise test (SMT) will be done for 2 minutes one stage (treadmill protocol) or 10% at cycle protocol higher than highest load achieved in the incremental test.
all outcome measurement will be collected. Exercise tolerance and responses will be assess using the data of : pulmonary gas exchange; cardiovascular performance, and skeletal muscle metabolism.
|Treatment||Maximal exercise test|
|Clinical Study Identifier||NCT05263687|
|Sponsor||The Baruch Padeh Medical Center, Poriya|
|Last Modified on||13 April 2022|
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