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Mounting an appropriate ventilatory response to exercise is crucial to meeting metabolic demands during exercise and abnormal ventilatory responses may contribute to exercise-intolerance (EX-inT) in HF patients. We sought to determine if abnormal ventilatory chemoreflex control contributes to EX-inT in volume-overload HF rats. Cardiac function, hypercapnic (HCVR) and hypoxic (HVR) ventilatory responses and exercise tolerance were assessed at the end of a 6 weeks exercise training program.doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-192470/v1 fatcat:ycz6usbhfbbjxmigm66sxwainy