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stationary bicycle

sta′tionary bi′cycle


n.
any of various stationary exercise apparatuses that resemble a bicycle.
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Part 5 Musculoskeletal rehabilitation and physiotherapy equipment (magnetic therapeutic apparatus, combined physiotherapy work station, arm lifting machine, mid-range device, multifunctional physiotherapy apparatus, combined tub, bicycle ergometer, CPM brain
Results: Maximum voluntary contraction, work done using Mosso's ergography and bicycle ergometer test, was higher in males when compared to females which is statistically significant (P < 0.
The test subjects completed a one-and-a-half-hour session on a bicycle ergometer with two short breaks.
Then, they were allowed to perform the endurance exercise in bicycle ergometer with 2 kg work load with maximum effort up to 3 mins.
While no increase was found in growth hormone blood concentration in low exercise loads in study conducted in bicycle ergometer, it was observed that 35 times more hormone levels than resting state were reached in the high exercise loads.
1967) Physiological and postural factors in the calibration of the bicycle ergometer.
Objective: To determine the effects of combining maximum physical stress with adenosine infusion by using bicycle ergometer in sestamibi myocardial perfusion imaging and its impact on adenosine induced adverse effects, image quality, detection of ischemia and patient's compliances.
We used an exhaustive exercise plan (Wingate) using a bicycle ergometer Munark in 1 session).
Conclusion: Exercising on a bicycle ergometer during pregnancy seems to be safe for the mother and the neonate.
A bicycle ergometer which is located under the workstation was used to increase subjects' metabolic rate during the tests.
2]max) and anaerobic threshold (AT), the dancers performed a standard graded bicycle ergometer exercise test until volitional exhaustion prior to and after the supplementary training.

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