Journal of Respiratory Medicine / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

The Physiologic Effects of an Acute Bout of Supramaximal High-Intensity Interval Training Compared with a Continuous Exercise Bout in Patients with COPD

Table 1

Participant demographics, pulmonary function, and responses to the CPET and SRAT.

Gender (M/F, )6/8
Age (yr)68.6 ± 11.9(49–78)
Weight (kg)80.7 ± 15.0(57–96)
Body mass index (kg·m−2)29.6 ± 3.6(23–33)
FEV1 (L)1.26 ± 0.31(0.80–1.65)
FEV1 (% predicted)52.6 ± 12.7(46–75)
FEV1/ FVC (%)59.2 ± 11.8(38–54)
TLC (L)6.44 ± 1.48(4.33–7.99)
TLC (% predicted)118 ± 17(98–142)
RV (L)1.72 ± 0.91(1.02–3.24)
RV (% predicted)142 ± 38(105–177)
DLCO (% predicted)67.8 ± 14.1(51–87)
CPET O2peak (L·min−1)1.14 ± 0.41(0.66–1.56)
CPET O2peak (mL·kg−1·min−1)14.1 ± 3.18(8.2–18.6)
CPET WRpeak (W)78.8 ± 31.2(37–116)
SRAT O2peak (L·min−1)1.11 ± 0.44(0.57–1.54)
SRAT O2peak (mL·kg−1·min−1)13.2 ± 0.56(7.6–18.3)
SRAT WRpeak (W)161.2 ± 42.7(100–195)

Mean ± SD (range).

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