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Increased daily physical activity and fatigue symptoms in chronic fatigue syndrome
Abstract Individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) have been shown to have reduced activity levels associated with heightened feelings of fatigue. Previous research has demonstrated that ...
Time course of exercise induced alterations in daily activity in chronic fatigue syndrome
Abstract In a previous study we demonstrated that while people with CFS had lower daily activity levels than control subjects, they were able to increase daily activity via a daily walking program. We reanalyzed ...
Oxygen cost of dynamic or isometric exercise relative to recruited muscle mass
Abstract Background Oxygen cost of different muscle actions may be influenced by different recruitment and rate coding strategies. The purpose of this study was to account for these strategies ...
Noninvasive assessment of vascular function in the posterior tibial artery of healthy humans
Abstract Flow-mediated dilation (FMD) measures the ability of an artery to relax in response to increases in blood velocity. FMD, primarily of the brachial artery, has been used as a noninvasive ...