Do Hand-Held Calorimeters Provide Reliable and Accurate Estimates of Resting Metabolic Rate?

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Mixing Chamber versus Breath by Breath

Modern Indirect Respiratory Metabolic Analysis (VO2) Sometimes called CPET (Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Testing), or VO2 max testing. Despite this being a very commonplace test, it is actually very hard to do properly. This is because, in reality, there are a multitude of factors that can conspire ...
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ReeVue® Validation and Reliability Study 2015

Assessing Resting Metabolic Rate in Overweight and Obese Adolescents With a Portable Indirect Calorimeter: A Pilot Study for Validation and Reliability. ReeVue Validation Study 2015Download Background: Indirect Calorimetry measured via the traditional indirect calorimeter is considered ...
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Validation of CardioCoach® by Oregon State University

This study sought to determine the validity of VO2 peak measurement using the CardioCoach device compared to the Parvo Medics device. The CardioCoach is a much more affordable alternative measurement device. Based on the results, there is statistical evidence to conclude that the two devices produc...
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Indirect Estimation of VO2 Max in Athletes by ACSM’s Equation: Valid or Not?

The purpose of this study was to assess the indirect calculation of VO2max using ACSM’s equation for Bruce protocol in athletes of different sports and to compare with the directly measured; secondly to develop regression models predicting VO2 max in athletes.
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Validation of the ReeVue® and the CardioCoach®CO2 for Measuring Resting Energy Expenditure

The purpose is to examine the validity of the ReeVue™ (RV) and CardioCoachCO2™ (CC) metabolic systems to measure oxygen consumption by comparison to a reference criterion, the MedicalGraphics CardiO2/CP™ (MG).
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Validation of the CardioCoach®CO2 for Submaximal and Maximal Metabolic Exercise Testing

This study examined the validity of the CardioCoachCO2 metabolic system to measure oxygen capacity by comparison to a previously validated device. Fourteen subjects (8 men and 6 women; 25.9 6 6.6 years of age) completed 2 maximal graded exercise tests on a cycle ergometer. ...
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