Within and between-day reliability of energetic cost measures during treadmill walking

Posted on 29 Dicembre 2016, K4b2/K5, Scientific

Within and between-day reliability of energetic cost measures during treadmill walking

This study published in Cogent Engineering Journal analyses the capacity of COSMED K4b2 portable metabolic system in detecting small physiologic changes within a day on healthy adults.

Portable open-circuit spirometry systems: a review

Posted on 02 Agosto 2016, Scientific

indirect calorimetry

A new review study has been published in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness discussing the validity, reliability and principles of operations of existing portable open-circuit spirometry system.

Accuracy and reliability of COSMED K5 portable metabolic device versus simulating system

Posted on 29 Novembre 2015, K4b2/K5, Scientific

Accuracy and reliability of COSMED K5 portable metabolic device versus simulating system

A first validation of the K5, the new COSMED wearable metabolic system, was presented during the 2015 edition of the Italian Sport Medicine Society (SIMSE) and published in the Sport Science for Health Journal.

Test-retest reliability of a portable gas analysis system under free living conditions

Posted on 27 Febbraio 2015, K4b2/K5, Scientific

Test-retest reliability of a portable gas analysis system under free living conditions

A new validation paper has been published on the Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology where was shown the test-retest reliability of the K4b2.

Test–Retest Reliability and Minimum Detectable Change Using the K4b2: Oxygen Consumption, Gait Efficiency, and Heart Rate for Healthy Adults During Submaximal Walking

Posted on 07 Ottobre 2014, K4b2/K5, Scientific

Test–Retest Reliability and Minimum Detectable Change Using the K4b2: Oxygen Consumption, Gait Efficiency, and Heart Rate for Healthy Adults During Submaximal Walking

A recent paper, published on "Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport" furthermore validate COSMED K4b2 portable metabolic monitoring device during submaximal Gait walking.

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