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Cerebrovascular Response to Acute Exercise

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Cerebrovascular Response to Acute Exercise

Cerebrovascular function and peripheral vascular function will be measured in healthy young adults, before and after acute bouts of aerobic exercise at various intensities.

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Control

Ultrasound Blood Pressure Heart Rate Oxygen Saturation

Aerobic Exercise

Ultrasound Blood Pressure Heart Rate Oxygen Saturation

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The Role of Shear Stress in the Cerebrovascular Response to Acute Exercise

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NCT03722953

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