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Bengt Saltin, Robert Boushel, Neils Secher, Jere Mitchell
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Here is the consummate text for anyone interested in learning how the cardiovascular system is regulated. Exercise and Circulation in Health and Disease is an expansive, broad-based reference that explores the functioning cardiovascular system from an integrative viewpoint.
This text includes both historical developments and recent findings on the diverse aspects of cardiovascular function. Exercise and Circulation in Health and Disease was inspired by the presentations of scientists from around the world at the Danish Academy of Science in Copenhagen and features the research and analysis of more than 40 internationally recognized authorities.
Exercise and Circulation in Health and Disease provides a conceptual framework for understanding cardiovascular function in health, as well as analysis of altered cardiovascular control during illness or under various physical and environmental conditions. Topics are presented from a basic science perspective with relevant implications for clinical and applied settings offered.
This valuable handbook for cardiovascular regulation reveals fundamental concepts as well as study models and techniques used to uncover regulatory mechanisms. It also serves as an encyclopedia of the functioning cardiovascular system from an integrative viewpoint and can be used as a reference guide and conceptual blueprint.
Part I introduces the subject of cardiovascular control mechanisms during exercise. In Part II, the text moves into specific implications for regional blood flow and oxygen delivery during exercise. Part III explores how external environmental conditions and internal biological factors affect cardiovascular regulation. Finally, Part IV examines cardiovascular regulation in disease.
Capturing both the complexity and order of cardiovascular function, Exercise and Circulation in Health and Disease covers the intricate mechanisms of cardiovascular regulation from an integrated point of view.
Bengt Saltin, MD, PhD, is professor and director of the Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre. He has more than 30 years of cardiovascular research and teaching experience. Dr. Saltin is a member of the Scandinavian Physiological Society, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and the Danish Academy of Sciences. He received citation and honor awards from the ACSM and was presented with the Novo Nordisk Award in 1999. He has received Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Paris, the University of Athens, the University of Guelph, the Aristotle University, the Norwegian University of Physical Education, and the University of Tartu. Dr. Saltin obtained his medical degree from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Dr. Saltin earned his PhD in Physiology at the Karolinska Institute in 1964.
Neils H. Secher, MD, PhD, is head of the Department of Anesthesia and the Abdominal Center at Rigshospitalet at the University of Copenhagen. A member of the Copenhagen Muscle Research Center, Dr. Secher began his work in cardiovascular research in 1972. Dr. Secher is a member of the Scandinavian Physiological Society and the ACSM. He received a Young Investigators Award from the University of Copenhagen, where he earned his MD and PhD. He is associate editor of the European Journal of Applied Physiology. He is also a former world champion rower.
Jere Mitchell, MD, is Professor of Internal Medicine and Physiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. A leading authority in the field of cardiovascular regulation, he has contributed to the basic scientific understanding of how the cardiovascular system is regulated during exercise. Dr. Mitchell has published 350 papers in the field of cardiovascular regulation and has the distinction of having 40 years of consecutive National Institute of Health funding. His numerous honors include an Established Investigator award from the American Heart Association; Citation, Honor, and Joseph B. Wolffe Distinguished Lecturer awards from the ACSM; the Carl J. Wiggers Award from the Cardiovascular Section of the American Physiological Society; and the Young Investigators' Award and the Distinguished Scientist Award from the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Mitchell received his medical degree from the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School.
Robert Boushel, DSc, is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Sports Medicine Research at Bispebjerg Hospital in Copenhagen. Dr. Boushel has served in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, as a lecturer in cardiopulmonary science at Boston University, and as an associate professor/program coordinator in Exercise Sciences at New Hampshire Technical College. He received his Dsc in Applied Anatomy and Physiology at Boston University and an MS in Exercise Science at the University of South Florida.
Reference for clinicians, exercise scientists, and sports medicine specialists. Text for graduate students and seminars examining cardiovascular function and regulation from an integrated, mechanistic viewpoint.