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Publications 2008

Publications/Original studies

A. Frotzler, S. Coupaud, C. Perret, TH. Kakebeeke, KJ. Hunt, N. Donaldson, and P. Eser: High-volume FES-cycling partially reverses bone loss in people with chronic spinal cord injury. Bone 43: 169-176, 2008.

H. Berry, C. Perret, BA. Saunders, TH. Kakebeeke, N. Donaldson, DB. Allan, and KJ. Hunt:  Cardiorespiratory and power adaptations to stimulated cycle training in paraplegia. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 40: 1573-1580, 2008.

KJ. Hunt, LP. Jack, A. Pennycott, C. Perret, M. Baumberger, and TH. Kakebeeke: Control of work-rate-driven exercise facilitates cardiopulmonary training and assessment during robot-assisted gait in incomplete spinal cord injury. Biomed. Signal Process. Control 3: 19-28, 2008.

TH. Kakebeeke, PJ. Hofer, A. Frotzler, H. Lechner, KJ. Hunt, and C. Perret: Training and detraining of a tetraplegic subject: High-volume FES cycle training. Am J Phys Med Rehab. 87: 56-64, 2008.

G. Mueller, C. Perret and MTA. Hopman: Effects of respiratory muscle endurance training on wheelchair racing performance in athletes with paraplegia: A pilot study. Clin J Sport Med. 18: 85-88, 2008.

C. Leicht and C. Perret: Comparison of blood lactate elimination in paraplegic and able-bodied subjects during active recovery from exhaustive exercise. J Spinal Cord Med. 31: 60-64, 2008.

Mueller G, de Groot S, van der Woude L, Hopman M.T.E. Time-courses of lung function and respiratory muscle pressure generating capacity after spinal cord injury: A prospective cohort study. (2008) J Rehabil Med 40: 269-76.

Felder, R. et al: Manual Talentdiagnostik und –selektion. Swiss Olympic, Haus des Sports, Bern, 2008.

Abstracts and conference papers

C. Perret and R. Labruyère:  The level of metabolic acidosis effects the lactate minimum heart rate in a heart rate based lactate minimum test. In: Proc. 13th Ann. Congress Eur. College Sport Science, Estoril, Portugal, 2008.

N. Kocjan and C. Perret: Cooling during exercise in spinal cord injured individuals: a pilot study. In: Proc. 13th Ann. Congress Eur. College Sport Science, Estoril, Portugal, 2008.

C. Perret: "Optimising performance in wheelchair sports" In: Proc. 6th Annual BPA Sports Science, Medicine and Coaching Conference. Loughborough, UK, 2008.

C. Perret: "Inspiratory muscle training - benefits for paralympic athletes?" In: Proc. 6th Annual BPA Sports Science, Medicine and Coaching Conference. Loughborough, UK, 2008.

G. Mueller, C. Perret, and MT. Hopman: Vergleich von Atmungskraft- und Atmungsausdauer-training bei Tetraplegikern in der Erstrehabilitation - erste Resultate. Österr J Sportmed. 38: 11-12, 2008 (abstract).

C. Perret, M. Strupler, B. Villiger: Ready for the World Cup? - Assessment of aerobic and anaerobic capacity of the Brasilian elite soccer team. Schweiz. Zeitschr. Sportmed. Sporttraum. 56: 124, 2008.

M. Strupler, C. Perret, F. Michel, J. Leuppi: Stickstoffmonoxid (NO) - ein probates Mittel zur Asthmadiagnostik bei Paralympics-Athleten? Österr J Sportmed. 38: 10-11, 2008 (abstract).

I. Eriks-Hoogland, C. Perret, and S. Balk: Determination of overweight in spinal cord injury: comparison of different methods. in Proc. 47th ISCoS Annual Scientific Meeting (Durban, South Africa), 2008.

I. Eriks-Hoogland, C. Perret, and S. Balk: 2007 Determination of overweight in spinal cord injury: comparison of different methods. in Proc. 47th ISCoS Annual Scientific Meeting (Durban, South Africa), 2008.

Mueller G, de Groot S, van der Woude L, Hopman M. Time Course of Respiratory Function after SpinalCord Injury: a Prospective Cohort Study. ISCOS Conference Abstract Book (Oral presentation, ISCOS Annual Conference; June 27th - 30th 2007, Reykjavik, Iceland).

Mueller G, de Groot S, van der Woude L, Hopman M. Respirtory function in persons with a spinal cord injury one year after inpatient rehabilitation. ISCOS Conference Abstract Book (Poster, ISCOS Annual Conference; June 27th - 30th 2007, Reykjavik, Iceland.

 

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