Differences in the postexercise threshold for cutaneous vasodilation between men and women

Jane E Murrin
Recent studies, primarily in males, have shown that postexercise cutaneous vasodilation is attenuated by baroreceptor unloading subsequent to lower body venous pooling. However, gender differences in the control of cutaneous circulation may exist given that females appear to show a reduced tolerance to orthostatic challenge and, an attenuated responsiveness in mechanisms that regulate arterial pressure. We evaluated the hypothesis that females would demonstrate a greater reduction in postexercise mean arterial pressure (MAP) and concurrently a...
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