Nutritional adequacy and accuracy in long-stay critically ill patients as measured by indirect calorimetry

Posted on 18 November 2022, Scientific

Nutritional adequacy and accuracy in long-stay critically ill patients as measured by indirect calorimetry
Nutritional optimisation is recognised as having significant impact on clinical and functional outcomes of critically ill patients.
 

‘‘Use of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing to Evaluate Long COVID-19 Symptoms in Adults. A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis’’

Posted on 26 Oktober 2022, Scientific

‘‘Use of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing to Evaluate Long COVID-19 Symptoms in Adults. A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis’’

Is exercise capacity reduced more than 3 months after SARS-CoV-2 infection among those with long COVID-19 (LC) symptoms compared with recovered individuals without symptoms, and what patterns of limitations on cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) are common?

Oxygen Uptake Measurements and Rate of Perceived Exertion During a Marathon

Posted on 05 Juli 2022, Scientific

Oxygen Uptake Measurements and Rate of Perceived Exertion During a Marathon

Although the marathon race has been democratized, it remains complex due to the famous “hitting the wall” phenomenon after the 25th km. To characterize this “wall” from a physiological and Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) perspective in recreational marathon runners, we report first continuous breath-by-breath gas exchange measurements during an actual marathon race.

Routine use of indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients: pros and cons

Posted on 10 Mai 2022, Scientific

Routine use of indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients: pros and cons

In this new review, the authors identify the pros and cons of Indirect Calorimetry (IC) to estimate Resting Energy Expenditure (REE) and define individual nutritional energy targets among critically ill patients. 

Metabolically efficient walking assistance using optimized timed forces at the waist

Posted on 25 März 2022, Scientific

Metabolically efficient walking assistance using optimized timed forces at the waist

University of Nebraska at Omaha - Department of Biomechanics - relied on COSMED K5 to measure the metabolic cost of walking with a robotic waist tether.

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