Title: EXERCISE-INDUCED HYPOXEMIA (EIH) DESATURATION ZONES: A USE FOR ATHLETIC TRAINING
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David Lain, PhD, FCCP, RRT(*) and Chris Jackson, BS. Clinical & Program Development, Respironics, Inc., Murrysville, PA. PURPOSE: Blood oxygen saturation (Sa[O.sub.2]) is inversely proportional to maximum oxygen consumption ([VO.sub.2] max) during increasing exercise workloads. As [VO.sub.2] max is approached heart rate (HR) increases to lactic threshold heart rate and ventilatory threshold is met. The newest generation of pulse oximeters with HR is suited to sports training because of their portability and the impracticality...
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Lain, David, and Chris Jackson. "EXERCISE-INDUCED HYPOXEMIA (EIH) DESATURATION ZONES: A USE FOR ATHLETIC TRAINING." Chest, Oct. 2000, p. 203S. Academic OneFile, Accessed 23 June 2018.

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