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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Remembering professor mamoru tamura.
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    Chapter 2 Increased kidney metabolism as a pathway to kidney tissue hypoxia and damage: effects of triiodothyronine and dinitrophenol in normoglycemic rats.
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    Chapter 3 Hypoxia-induced cerebral angiogenesis in mouse cortex with two-photon microscopy.
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    Chapter 4 Reduction of Cytochrome c Oxidase During Vasovagal Hypoxia-Ischemia in Human Adult Brain: A Case Study
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    Chapter 5 Increased HIF-1α and HIF-2α Accumulation, but Decreased Microvascular Density, in Chronic Hyperoxia and Hypercapnia in the Mouse Cerebral Cortex.
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    Chapter 6 Oxygen delivery: the principal role of the circulation.
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    Chapter 7 Heart rate variability in newborns with hypoxic brain injury.
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    Chapter 8 Simultaneous monitoring of brain and skin oxygenation during haemorrhagic shock in piglets.
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    Chapter 9 Hemispheric differences of motor execution: a near-infrared spectroscopy study.
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    Chapter 10 Acute stress exposure preceding global brain ischemia accelerates decreased doublecortin expression in the rat retrosplenial cortex.
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    Chapter 11 Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation of the Motor Cortex on Prefrontal Cortex Activation During a Neuromuscular Fatigue Task: An fNIRS Study.
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    Chapter 12 The Effect of Inner Speech on Arterial CO2 and Cerebral Hemodynamics and Oxygenation: A Functional NIRS Study.
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    Chapter 13 Investigation of Frontal Lobe Activation with fNIRS and Systemic Changes During Video Gaming.
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    Chapter 14 Effect of valsalva maneuver-induced hemodynamic changes on brain near-infrared spectroscopy measurements.
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    Chapter 15 Effect of Maternal use of Labetalol on the Cerebral Autoregulation in Premature Infants.
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    Chapter 16 Brain tissue oxygen saturation increases during the night in adolescents.
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    Chapter 17 Changes of Cerebral Oxygen Metabolism and Hemodynamics During ECPR with Hypothermia Measured by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: A Pilot Study.
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    Chapter 18 Analysis of NIRS-Based Muscle Oxygenation Parameters by Inclusion of Adipose Tissue Thickness.
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    Chapter 19 Statistical treatment of oxygenation-related data in muscle tissue.
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    Chapter 20 O2 saturation in the intercostal space during moderate and heavy constant-load exercise.
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    Chapter 21 Muscle, prefrontal, and motor cortex oxygenation profiles during prolonged fatiguing exercise.
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    Chapter 22 Aging affects spatial distribution of leg muscle oxygen saturation during ramp cycling exercise.
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    Chapter 23 Which Is the Best Indicator of Muscle Oxygen Extraction During Exercise Using NIRS?: Evidence that HHb Is Not the Candidate.
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    Chapter 24 Tissue Oxygenation During Exercise Measured with NIRS: Reproducibility and Influence of Wavelengths.
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    Chapter 25 Using Portable NIRS to Compare Arm and Leg Muscle Oxygenation During Roller Skiing in Biathletes: A Case Study.
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    Chapter 26 The Use of Portable NIRS to Measure Muscle Oxygenation and Haemodynamics During a Repeated Sprint Running Test.
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    Chapter 27 Amifostine acts upon mitochondria to stimulate growth of bone marrow and regulate cytokines.
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    Chapter 28 Hypoxia, Lactate Accumulation, and Acidosis: Siblings or Accomplices Driving Tumor Progression and Resistance to Therapy?
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    Chapter 29 Breast Cancer Detection of Large Size to DCIS by Hypoxia and Angiogenesis Using NIRS.
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    Chapter 30 Impact of Extracellular Acidosis on Intracellular pH Control and Cell Signaling in Tumor Cells.
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    Chapter 31 Tumor oxygenation: an appraisal of past and present concepts and a look into the future : arisztid g. B. Kovách lecture.
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    Chapter 32 In Vivo Metabolic Evaluation of Breast Tumor Mouse Xenografts for Predicting Aggressiveness Using the Hyperpolarized (13)C-NMR Technique.
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    Chapter 33 Mapping the Redox State of CHOP-Treated Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Xenografts in Mice.
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    Chapter 34 Maternal Bias in Mouse Radiosensitivity: The Role of the Mitochondrial PTP.
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    Chapter 35 Interleukin 11 protects bone marrow mitochondria from radiation damage.
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    Chapter 36 Tumor Reoxygenation Following Administration of the EGFR Inhibitor, Gefitinib, in Experimental Tumors.
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    Chapter 37 Radiation Affects the Responsiveness of Bone Marrow to G-CSF.
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    Chapter 38 Application of MOBILE (Mapping of Oxygen By Imaging Lipids relaxation Enhancement) to Study Variations in Tumor Oxygenation.
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    Chapter 39 Primo Vascular System and Its Potential Role in Cancer Metastasis
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    Chapter 40 Pancreaticoduodenectomy using perioperative zymogen protein C to help prevent blood clotting: a trilogy on increased patient safety.
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    Chapter 41 Inhibition of Mammalian target of rapamycin induces renal mitochondrial uncoupling in rats.
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    Chapter 42 Molecular Hydrogen Consumption in the Human Body During the Inhalation of Hydrogen Gas.
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    Chapter 43 Oxidative metabolism: glucose versus ketones.
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    Chapter 44 Modelling Blood Flow and Metabolism in the Piglet Brain During Hypoxia-Ischaemia: Simulating pH Changes.
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    Chapter 45 Modelling Blood Flow and Metabolism in the Piglet Brain During Hypoxia-Ischaemia: Simulating Brain Energetics
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    Chapter 46 Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXV
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    Chapter 47 Dependence on NIRS Source-Detector Spacing of Cytochrome c Oxidase Response to Hypoxia and Hypercapnia in the Adult Brain
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    Chapter 48 Modeling hemoglobin nitrite reductase activity as a mechanism of hypoxic vasodilation?
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    Chapter 49 Development of a hybrid microwave-optical tissue oxygenation probe to measure thermal response in the deep tissue.
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    Chapter 50 Oxygen-sensitive quantum dots for possible nanoscale oxygen imaging in cultured cells.
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    Chapter 51 Boron Tracedrug Design for Neutron Dynamic Therapeutics for LDL.
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    Chapter 52 New Method of Analyzing NIRS Data from Prefrontal Cortex at Rest.
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    Chapter 53 Radiation oxygen biology with pulse electron paramagnetic resonance imaging in animal tumors.
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    Chapter 54 Wavelength Selection for the Improvement of the Signal-to-Noise Ratio for Imaging of Haemoglobin Oxygenation with RGB Reflectometry.
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    Chapter 55 Improving pulse oximetry accuracy by removing motion artifacts from photoplethysmograms using relative sensor motion: a preliminary study.
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    Chapter 56 Measuring the vascular diameter of brain surface and parenchymal arteries in awake mouse.
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    Chapter 57 Simultaneous Imaging of Cortical Blood Flow and Haemoglobin Concentration with LASCA and RGB Reflectometry.
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    Chapter 58 Quality Evaluation Method for Rat Brain Cryofixation on the Basis of NADH Fluorescence.
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    Chapter 59 Cerebral Cortex Activation Mapping upon Electrical Muscle Stimulation by 32-Channel Time-Domain Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy.
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    Chapter 60 NIRS-Based Neurofeedback Learning Systems for Controlling Activity of the Prefrontal Cortex.
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    Chapter 61 Cortical mapping of 3D optical topography in infants
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    Chapter 62 Monitoring of hemodynamic change in patients with carotid artery stenosis during the tilt test using wearable near-infrared spectroscopy.
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    Chapter 63 Erratum to: Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXV
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Chapter title
The Use of Portable NIRS to Measure Muscle Oxygenation and Haemodynamics During a Repeated Sprint Running Test.
Chapter number 26
Book title
Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXV
Published in
Advances in experimental medicine and biology, January 2013
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_26
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Book ISBNs
978-1-4614-7256-8, 978-1-4614-7411-1

Ben Jones, Catherine M. Hesford, Chris E. Cooper, Jones, Ben, Hesford, Catherine M., Cooper, Chris E.


Sabine Van Huffel, Gunnar Naulaers, Alexander Caicedo, Duane F. Bruley, David K. Harrison


Portable near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) devices were originally developed for use in exercise and sports science by Britton Chance in the 1990s (the RunMan and microRunman series). However, only recently with the development of more robust, and wireless systems, has the routine use in elite sport become possible. As with the medical use of NIRS, finding applications of the technology that are relevant to practitioners is the key issue. One option is to use NIRS to track exercise training-induced adaptations in muscle. Portable NIRS devices enable monitoring during the normal 'field' routine uses to assess fitness, such as repeat sprint shuttle tests. Knowledge about the acute physiological responses to these specific tests has practical applications within team sport training prescription, where development of both central and peripheral determinants of high-intensity intermittent exercise needs to be considered. The purpose of this study was to observe NIRS-detected parameters during a repeat sprint test. We used the PortaMon, a two wavelength spatially resolved NIR spectrometer manufactured by Artinis Inc., to assess NIR changes in the gastrocnemius muscle of both the left and right leg during high-intensity running. Six university standard rugby players were assessed (age 20 ± 1.5 years; height 183 ± 1.0 cm; weight 89.4 ± 5.8 kg; body fat 12.2 ± 3.0 %); the subjects completed nine repeated shuttle runs, which incorporated forward, backward and change of direction movements. Individual sprint time, total time to complete test, blood lactate response (BL), heart rate values (HR) and haemoglobin variables (ΔHHb, ΔtHb, ΔHbO2 and ΔTSI%) were measured. Total time to complete the test was 260 ± 20 s, final blood lactate was 14.3 ± 2.8 mM, and maximal HR 182 ± 5 bpm. NIRS variables displayed no differences between right and left legs. During the test, the group-averaged data showed a clear decrease in HbO2 (max. decrease 11.41 ± 4.95 μM), increase in HHb (max. increase 17.65 ± 4.48 μM) and drop in %TSI (max. drop - 24.44 ± 4.63 %). tHb was largely unchanged. However, large interindividual differences were seen for all the NIRS parameters. In conclusion, this observational study suggests that a portable NIRS device is both robust and sensitive enough to detect haemoglobin changes during a high-intensity repeated shuttle run test. It therefore has the possibility to be used to assess exercise training-induced adaptations following a specific training protocol. However, it is at present unclear, given the individual variability, whether NIRS can be used to assess individual performance. We recommend that future studies report individual as well as group data.

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