Jeremy Patterson

Jeremy Patterson
Wichita State University | WSU · College of Innovation & Design

PhD, FACSM

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Exercise mode (i.e., resistance training, endurance training) is known to yield mode‐specific effects on strength and endurance of muscles that are directly targeted during the exercise. Such mode‐specific effects can also be observed in indirectly involved (i.e., nontargeted) muscles. Mode‐specific muscle performance changes of nontargeted muscles...
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The focus of this study was to develop a simple to use, point-of-care sensor that could be applied like an adhesive bandage that could potentially measure SV.
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Elevated intracranial fluid volume can drive intracranial pressure increases, which can potentially result in numerous neurological complications or death. This study’s focus was to develop a passive skin patch sensor for the head that would non-invasively measure cranial fluid volume shifts. The sensor consists of a single baseline component confi...
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Ventricular stroke volume (SV) is a critical cardiac output parameter that can offer critical assessments of cardiac function. Thus, the aim of this study was to develop a non-invasive mobile skin patch sensor-applied like an adhesive bandage that could potentially measure SV.
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Objective: The objectives of this study were to design and develop an open circuit electromagnetic resonant skin patch sensor, characterize the fluid volume and resonant frequency relationship and investigate the sensor's ability to measure limb hemodynamics and pulse volume waveform features. Methods: The skin patch was designed from an open ci...
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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a slowly progressive vascular disease characterized by abnormal narrowing of peripheral arteries through atherosclerosis. PAD often goes unnoticed and is heavily under diagnosed due to its initially asymptomatic features and if not detected early enough can lead to critical limb ischemia or limb amputation. Curren...
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http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/nNuJPnPeUR7Q3PmmpRJJ/full Purpose: Tongue strength and endurance are important for swallowing and upper airway patency. Physical activity positively affects targeted and non-targeted skeletal muscles; however, little is known about the indirect effect of physical activity on tongue muscles. This study sought to d...
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Background: The SWAY Balance Mobile Application is an FDA-cleared balance testing system which uses the built-in tri-axial accelerometers of a mobile electronic device to objectively assess postural movement. The system was designed to provide a means of quantitative balance assessment in clinical and on-field environments. The purpose of this stud...
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Context The most widely used method for postural balance assessment relies on the subjective observations of a test administrator. Accelerometry has been shown to provide a valid and reliable method for assessment of balance, and recent advances in microelectromechanical systems have made the technology available in mobile electronic devices. Obje...
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A number of different balance assessment techniques are currently available and widely used. These include both subjective and objective assessments. The ability to provide quantitative measures of balance and posture is the benefit of objective tools, however these instruments are not generally utilized outside of research laboratory settings due...
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The sensory and gastrointestinal changes that occur with ageing affect older adults' food and liquid intake. Any decreased liquid intake increases the risk for dehydration. This increased dehydration risk is compounded in older adults with dysphagia. The availability of a non-invasive and easily administered way to document hydration levels in olde...
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variety of postural balance assessment techniques are currently used that include both subjective and objective methods. Subjective balance assessment methods involve tasks that range in difficulty from simple static standing to conditions that alter peripheral sensory feedback. Such assessments can generally be administered in a few minutes, requi...
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Tongue strength and endurance are important for swallowing and upper airway patency. Physical activity positively affects targeted and non-targeted skeletal muscles; however, little is known about the indirect effect of physical activity on tongue muscles. This study sought to determine if tongue muscle performance differs between highly active and...
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Tri-Axial accelerometers built into mobile devices allow for the measurement of motion characteristics by measuring the instantaneous acceleration of an object, compared to gravity at any given time. The objective of this study was to establish a protocol for a large scale study to determine the sensitivity of acceleration values. Five devices were...
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Energy expenditure measured by indirect calorimetry requires a mask that covers the nose and mouth. To measure energy expenditure during eating, an alternative device that allows the individual to eat freely needs to be identified. The purpose of this pilot study was to determine the concurrent validity of energy expenditure measured with the Sense...
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Left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) have become a viable treatment alternative to heart transplantation, in some instances providing for a level of improvement of native heart function to allow for device explantation. The aim of this case study was to describe changes in physical work capacity following 9 months of LVAD support. The patient de...
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It has been well documented that for heart transplant recipients (HTrecipient) post transplantation exercise capacity does not exceed 60% of healthy age-matched controls. Few studies have been undertaken to determine the cause of exercise limitations following heart transplantation (HT) for an elite athlete. Participant was a 39 year old elite male...
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This study examined forearm blood flow (FBF) in individuals with chronic heart failure (CHF) at rest, moderate exercise, and following limb occlusion. FBF was measured by venous occlusion plethysmography in CHF patients (n = 43) and healthy age-matched volunteers (n = 8) at rest and during exercise consisting of intermittent isometric hand squeezin...
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It has been well documented that for heart transplant recipients (HTR), posttransplantation physical work capacity (PWC) normally does not exceed 60% of the value for healthy age-matched controls. Few, if any, studies have undertaken posttransplantation PWC measurements of well-conditioned individuals (i.e., PWC>300 W). A 37-yr-old professionally t...
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We aimed to determine the role of skeletal muscle mitochondrial ATP production rate (MAPR) in relation to exercise tolerance after resistance training (RT) in chronic heart failure (CHF). Thirteen CHF patients (New York Heart Association functional class 2.3 +/- 0.5; Left ventricular ejection fraction 26 +/- 8%; age 70 +/- 8 years) underwent testin...
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This study examined the accuracy of current recommended guidelines for prescribing exercise intensity using the methods of percentage of heart rate reserve (%HRR), percentage of VO2 peak (%VO2peak) and percentage of VO2 reserve (%VO2R) in a clinical population of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients. The precision of prescription of exercise intens...
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Background: We sought to determine whether skeletal muscle oxidative capacity, fiber type proportions, and fiber size, capillary density or muscle mass might explain the impaired exercise tolerance in chronic heart failure (CHF). Previous studies are equivocal regarding the maladaptations that occur in the skeletal muscle of patients with CHF and...
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Resistance exercise training was applied to patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) on the basis that it may partly reverse deficiencies in skeletal muscle strength and endurance, aerobic power (VO(2peak)), heart rate variability (HRV), and forearm blood flow (FBF) that are all putative factors in the syndrome. Thirty-nine CHF patients (New York...
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Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a life-threatening syndrome caused by inadequate cardiac function, which may lead to reduced peripheral blood flow, deconditioning and skeletal muscle atrophy. Initially, a study of the biological and technical reliability of the techniques used in the latter chapters was conducted. Reliability of these techniques has...
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The objective of this study was to assess the reliability of testing skeletal muscle strength and peak aerobic power in a clinical population of patients with chronic heart failure (CHF). Thirty-three patients with CHF (New York Heart Association (NYHA) Functional Class 2.3 +/- 0.5; left ventricular ejection fraction 27% +/- 7%; age 65 +/- 9 years;...
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PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to assess the reliability of testing skeletal muscle strength and peak aerobic power in a clinical population of patients with chronic heart failure (CHF). METHODS: Thirty-three patients with CHF (New York Heart Association (NYHA) Functional Class 2.3 ± 0.5; left ventricular ejection fraction 27% ± 7%; age 6...
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The purpose of the study was to assess the reliability of a maximal aerobic capacity transfer test performed on an individual confined to a wheelchair living with arthrogryposis. Methods: A 26 year-old, world-ranked wheelchair quad tennis player with arthrogryposis underwent 4 identical multi-stage wheelchair transfer tests. The first 3 being 3 day...
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Physical work capacity in heart transplant recipients typically does not exceed 60% of age-predicted normal levels. It is unknown what levels might be achieved in these patients if they were involved in strenuous exercise training prior to transplantation. A 37 year-old, professionally trained male cyclist suffered an acute myocardial infarction im...
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An elevated Body Mass Index (BMI) has been linked to increasing risk factors for developing cardiovascular disease and other life threatening conditions such as diabetes. In addition, the rate of this increase can intensify risk factors and increase the difficulty of weight loss. OBJECTIVE: To identify BMI increases among the 2005 graduating class...