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The Japanese Journal of Physiology
Dynamic characteristics of ventilation, cardiac output, and gas exchange in response to passive limb movements were studied in four healthy men in an upright position. Passive exercise was performed on a motor-driven bicycle ergometer, of which pedaling rate was varied from control (30 rpm) to stimulus (90 rpm) level in a stepwise fashion. Stroke volume (SV), heart rate (HR), and cardiac output (Q) were determined continuously during the exercise by using an automated impedance cardiograph.doi:10.2170/jjphysiol.35.33 fatcat:7blpqchhbzcfbkypcn6besgrd4