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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : UACS / unrestricted ambulatory control subjects

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2008 Magnesium loss in magnesium deficient subjects with and without physical exercise during prolonged hypokinesia. CHKS, HK, PHKS
2007 Electrolyte homeostasis in trained and untrained healthy subjects during prolonged hypokinesia. HK, iPTH, PA, PRA, TACS, THKS, UHKS
2007 Phosphate homeotasis in healthy subjects during prolonged periodic and continuous hypokinesia. CHKS, HK, iPTH, PHKS
2003 Fluid volume measurements in normal subjects to disclose body hydration during acute bed rest. ABR, ABRS, BR, BV, ECV, Hb, Hct, PV, RBR, RBRS, RCV
2002 Biochemical and hemodynamic changes in normal subjects during acute and rigorous bed rest and ambulation. ABP, ARBR, ARBRS, BR, CO, HR, PA, PC, PRA, PV, RBR, RBRS, SV, UA
2002 Fluid volume compartments and biochemical measurements for disclosing fluid depletion during acute and rigorous bed rest in normal subjects. ABR, ABRS, BR, BV, ECV, Hb, Hct, PV, RBR, RBRS, RCV
2002 Phosphate deposition capacity of athletes during hypokinesia, phosphate loading, and ambulation. Ca, CaI, HK, iPTH, LACS, LHKS, UHKS
2002 Phosphate determination during hypokinesia and ambulation in establishing phosphate changes in trained and untrained subjects. Ca, HK, iPTH, TACS, THKS, UHKS
2001 Electrolyte changes in plasma and urine of athletes during acute and rigorous bed rest and ambulatory conditions. ABR, ABRS, BR, Ca, PA, PRA, RBR, RBRS
10  2001 Urinary and serum electrolyte changes in athletes during periodic and continuous hypokinetic and ambulatory conditions. Ca, CHK, CHKS, CT, HK, iPTH, PHK, PHKS, PRA
11  2000 Plasma, urinary and fecal potassium changes in athletes during ambulatory, periodic, and continuous hypokinetic conditions. CHKS, CI, HK, PA, PHK, PHKS, PRA
12  2000 Serum, urinary, and fecal calcium changes in trained and untrained subjects during prolonged hypokinetic and ambulatory conditions. Ca, Cai, HK, iPTH, TACS, THKS, UHKS
13  1999 Potassium loading effect on potassium balance in athletes during prolonged restriction of muscular activity. HK, LACS, LHKS, PRA, UHKS