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The Japanese Journal of Physiology
Circulatory and ventilatory responses to lower body negative pressure (LBNP) were simultaneously investigated in 8 healthy men before, during, and after the application of -20, -40, and -60 mmHg pressure. Minute ventilation (VE) decreased during LBNP due to a fall in respiratory frequency with sustained tidal volume. The cardiac output (Q) was reduced in proportion to the applied LBNP exposure, while VE decreased to almost the same level at all LBNP applications. In spite of decreased 1'E,doi:10.2170/jjphysiol.39.919 fatcat:lksu66ecpbhidpubpwgzxgizgy