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Conventional incremental exercise test protocol underestimates peak oxygen uptake during stimulated cycle ergometry in paraplegia

Berry, Helen and Perret, Claudio and Hunt, Ken J. and Grant, Stan. and Saunders, Ben and Allan, David and Kakebeeke, Tanja (2006) Conventional incremental exercise test protocol underestimates peak oxygen uptake during stimulated cycle ergometry in paraplegia. In: 11th Annual Congress of the European College of Sports Science book of abstracts. European College of Sport Science.

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Abstract

This paper discusses conventional incremental exercise test protocol underestimates peak oxygen uptake during stimulated cycle ergometry in paraplegia.