Assessment of maximum inspiratory pressure. Prior submaximal respiratory muscle activity ('warm-up') enhances maximum inspiratory activity and attenuates the learning effect of repeated measurement.

Volianitis, S, McConnell, A. K. and Jones, D. A., 2001. Assessment of maximum inspiratory pressure. Prior submaximal respiratory muscle activity ('warm-up') enhances maximum inspiratory activity and attenuates the learning effect of repeated measurement. Respiration, 68 (1), 22 - 27 .

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DOI: 10.1159/000050458

Abstract

The variability of maximal inspiratory pressure (PImax) in response to repeated measurement affects its reliability; published studies have used between three and twenty PImax measurements on a single occasion.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:0025-7931
Uncontrolled Keywords:Adult ; Analysis of Variance ; Cross-Over Studies ; Female ; Humans ; Inspiratory Capacity ; Male ; Physical Fitness ; Probability ; Reference Values ; Reproducibility of Results ; Respiratory Function Tests ; Respiratory Muscles ; Sensitivity and Specificity
Subjects:UNSPECIFIED
Group:School of Health and Social Care
ID Code:22154
Deposited By: Unnamed user with email symplectic@symplectic
Deposited On:02 Jul 2015 12:37
Last Modified:02 Jul 2015 12:37

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