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車椅子競技者の寒冷暴露下での体温調節,末梢血管調節及びホルモン応答


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Title: 車椅子競技者の寒冷暴露下での体温調節,末梢血管調節及びホルモン応答
Other Titles: Thermoregulation,peripheral vessel vasomotor regulation, and hormonal responses during cold exposere in wheelchair athletes
Authors: 管原, 正志 / 田井村, 明博 / 上平, 憲 / 伊藤, 孝
Authors (alternative): Sugawara, Masashi / Taimura, Akihiro / Kamihira, Shimeru / Ito, Takashi
Issue Date: Jun-2000
Citation: 長崎大学教育学部紀要. 自然科学. vol.63, p.1-9; 2000
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to clarify the characteristics of thermoregulation and physiological responses during exercise in a cold environment in wheelchair athletes with spinal cord injury. The subjects were male wheelchair athletes with spinal cord injury and healthy male college students. The maximal oxygen intake as a parameter of endurance exercise ability was higher in the wheelchair athletes than in the college students. Measurements were performed at an environmental temperature of 12℃ with a mean relative humidity of 60% at a mean air stream of 0.5m/sec. After rest for 30 minutes, the subjects performed arm cranking exercise at 20 watts (50 rpm) for 60 minutes. The measurement items were tympanic temperature, mean skin temperature, heat production, catecholamine, and cold-induced vasodilation. During exercise under exposure to cold, the tympanic temperature, heat production, and catecholamine more markedly increased in the wheelchair athletes than in the college students. The resistance index as a value of cold-induced vasodilation were higher in the wheelchair athletes than college students during cold exposure. On the other hand, the decrease in the mean skin temperature was slighter in the wheelchair athletes than in the college students. The thermoregulation sensitivity and heat production responses to exercise in a cold environment were more markedly increased in the wheelchair athletes than in the college students.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6082
ISSN: 13451359
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:No. 63

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6082

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