Evidence

Current Evidence - Sports Medicine

Index

01Hohe Korrelation von maximaler Sauerstoffaufnahme (VO2max) und nicht-invasiver Herzminuten und Schlagvolumenbestimmung bei Maximalbelastung auf dem Laufband
02No difference in the hemodynamic response to nordic pole walking vs. conventional brisk walking - A randomized exercise field test using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
03Non-invasive determination of stroke volume and cardiac output after high intensity playing exercise in elite female soccer players
04A comparison of real-time CW Doppler and calculated cardiac output according to the stringer formula for non-invasive exercise testing
05Direct CW Doppler based cardiac output in the swimming pool
06Non invasive arterial pressure is a poor surrogate of cardiac and vascular function in elite athletes at rest and after moderately increased oxygen demand
07Non-invasive Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitoring in exercise testing
08No difference in the hemodynamic response to Nordic pole walking vs. conventional brisk walking - a randomized exercise field test using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
09Non-invasive determination of stroke volume and cardiac output after high intensity playing exercise in elite female soccer players
10A comparison of real-time CW Doppler and calculated cardiac output
11eComment: Is swimming still safe? Ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring
-Summary by category

Hohe Korrelation von maximaler Sauerstoffaufnahme (VO2max) und nicht-invasiver Herzminuten und Schlagvolumenbestimmung bei Maximalbelastung auf dem Laufband

Knobloch K

Presented: Gemeinsames Symposium der dvs-Sektionen Biomechanik, Sportmotorik und Trainingswissenschaft, Bad Sassendorf, 16.-18.2.06

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No difference in the hemodynamic response to nordic pole walking vs. conventional brisk walking - A randomized exercise field test using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)

Knobloch K

Published: Int J Cardiol 2007 [in press]

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Non-invasive determination of stroke volume and cardiac output after high intensity playing exercise in elite female soccer players

Knobloch K

Published: Int J Cardiol 2007

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A comparison of real-time CW Doppler and calculated cardiac output according to the stringer formula for non-invasive exercise testing

Knobloch K, Vogt PM, Phillips R

Published: Int J Cardiol 2009 Volume 131, Issue 3, Pages 413-415

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Direct CW Doppler based cardiac output in the swimming pool

Knobloch K, Vogt PM

Published: Br J Sports Med 2007. (eLetter)

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Non invasive arterial pressure is a poor surrogate of cardiac and vascular function in elite athletes at rest and after moderately increased oxygen demand

Phillips RA., Fraser JF, Burstow DJ, West MJ, Knobloch K
Department of Medicine, University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia
Trauma Surgery Department, Medical School, Hannover, Germany

Presented: 54th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia & New Zealand, Canberra, August 4-7, 2006

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Non-invasive Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitoring in exercise testing

Knobloch K, Hoeltke V, Jakob E, Vogt PM, Phillips R
Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery Medical School Hannover, Germany

Published: International Journal of Cardiology, Volume 126, Issue 3, 6 June 2008, Pages 445-447

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No difference in the hemodynamic response to Nordic pole walking vs. conventional brisk walking - a randomized exercise field test using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)

Karsten Knobloch

Published: Int J Cardiol. 2009 Feb 6;132(1):133-5. Epub 2007 Nov 26.

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Non-invasive determination of stroke volume and cardiac output after high intensity playing exercise in elite female soccer players

Karsten Knobloch

Published: International Journal of Cardiology. Volume 132, Issue 2, Pages 267-269

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A comparison of real-time CW Doppler and calculated cardiac output

Karsten Knobloch, Marcus Spies, Peter M. Vogt, Rob Phillips

Published: International Journal of Cardiology, Volume 131, Issue 3, Pages 413-415

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eComment: Is swimming still safe? Ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring

Knobloch K, Yoon U, Busche M, Vogt PM

Published: Interact CardioVasc Thorac Surg 2009;9:367-368

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