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  • acidosis
  • An additional mechanism regulating the decrease in capillary PO 2 is the shift to the right of the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve accompanying the local acidosis of anaerobic metabolism. (springer.com)
  • oxygen
  • These sports are purely aerobic but, at times, the cyclist switches to a type of anaerobic work: knowing how far you can push certainly helps to better manage your oxygen and, consequently, athletic preparation and performance. (technogym.com)
  • defibrillation shock
  • 8 . The method according to claim 1 , wherein a leading edge voltage of the defibrillation threshold shock is reduced by at least 20% compared to a defibrillation shock delivered to the heart at the time at which atrial blood volume is not reduced. (google.de)
  • wherein the voltage for each of the first and second defibrillation shocks is less than the defibrillation shock threshold necessary for a single defibrillation shock delivered between the first and second electrodes. (google.de)
  • work
  • Most athletes enter the anaerobic threshold zone when they're putting in some serious work and a lot of power output over a short period of time - like during an interval or sprint. (polar.com)
  • less
  • To maintain total aerobic metabolism, there must be little inhomogeneity in the muscle blood flow/O 2 consumption ratio (Qm/V̇O 2 m) since a ratio of 5.5 or less would obligate anaerobic metabolism (Figure 1). (springer.com)
  • workout
  • If you've ever done a track workout - say 400-meter repeats - you've probably gotten into the anaerobic zone on each repeat. (polar.com)