by Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR, Israel Program for Scientific Translations; available from the Office of Technical Services, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington in Kiev, [i.e. Jerusalem .
Written in English
|Statement||[G.V. Folʹbort, editor-in-chief. Translated by M. Roublev].|
|Contributions||Folʹbort, G. V. 1885- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QP421 .A383|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||61060495|
A fully problem-based, integrated physiology text, this new resource uses clinical case studies to promote interactive learning and to build a foundation of knowledge for clinical practice. Each case presents an unknown clinical disorder and examines differential diagnoses, treatments, and outcomes as well as relevant physiologic principles for a well-rounded review/5(3). Exercise Physiology Theory and Application to Fitness and Performance 10th Edition PDF – As with all previous editions, the tenth edition of Exercise Physiology: Theory and Application to Fitness and Performance is intended for students interested in exercise physiology, clinical exercise physiology, human performance, kinesiology/exercise science, physical therapy, . The integrative nature of physiology and medicine, however, results in complex clinical cases that often extend across multiple organ systems. The advantage of this complexity is that stu- dents interpret information across multiple organ sys- tems, as is appropriate for each clinical case. Depending on the type of fatigue, this will affect the type of recovery we need. -Increase in H+ causes acidosis in the muscle (decrease in pH). -This inhibits the force and rate of muscular contractions. -Causes fatigue.
V. A. Cherkes, The Study of the Processes of Fatigue and Recovery of the Functional Capacity of the Nervous Centers of the Spinal Cord. Author's abstract of Cited by: 1. In muscular work it unites with oxygen in the blood stream to release energy. Due to this process, carbon dioxide and lactic acid are produced. All these are the waste products, their presence interferes with continued muscular activity and we feel tired and Physiological Fatigue arises. Get this from a library! Problems of the physiology of the processes of fatigue and recovery.. [G V Folʹbort; Akademii︠a︡ nauk Ukraïnsʹkoï RSR. Instytut fisiologiï im. O.O. Bohomlʹt︠s︡i︠︡a.]. In attempting to document the mechanisms of fatigue and recovery, an important consideration is that sustained exercise affects physiological processes throughout the neuromuscular system. Critically, alterations in these underlying processes may either contribute to, or compensate for, fatigue (see sections below for examples and details).Cited by: