Takuya Osada's research while affiliated with Tokyo Medical University and other places

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An elevated intramuscular pressure during a single forearm isometric muscle contraction may restrict muscle hyperemia. However, during repeated isometric exercise, it is unclear to what extent mechanical compression and muscle vasodilatation contribute to the magnitude and time course of beat-to-beat limb hemodynamics, due to alterations in leg vas...
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Given recent technological developments, ultrasound Doppler can provide valuable measurements of blood velocity/flow in the conduit artery with high temporal resolution. In human-applied science such as exercise physiology, hemodynamic measurements in the conduit artery is commonly performed by blood flow feeding the exercising muscle, as the incre...

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... Previous evidence revealed that, although both types of leg exercises were able to increase femoral artery blood flow and velocity, isometric exercise produced greater blood flow fluctuations than isotonic exercise. 28 Another potential mechanism involves differences in muscle deoxygenation. Lowintensity isotonic forearm exercise demonstrated reduced forearm venous oxygen saturations during the ambient condition, which further reduced during the ischemic condition. ...
... For instance, some studies investigated the impact of isometric exercises carried out with different muscle activation modalities on maximal torque production. Muthalib et al. (2010) observed that the same number of elbow flexors contractions, evoked by neuromuscular electrical stimulations (NMES) or voluntarily performed (VOL), induced the same MVC loss, but for a muscle torque-time integral (i.e., the total amount of torque produced during the exercise, TTI) that was twice lower in NMES. Similarly, Hachard et al. (2019) compared the MVC loss induced by VOL and NMES isometric contractions of knee extensors at 20% MVC, performed until task failure. ...
... Moreover, rapid changes in blood velocity in a conduit artery located in a gap into a major muscle group can also be detected with muscle contraction and relaxation and/or cardiac beat-by-beat during exercise, muscle contraction frequency and workload, and in relation to vasodilatation/vasoconstriction [9] [10] [11] [12]. In previous studies in healthy legs on exercise leg blood flow (LBF), there were positive linear correlations between T. Osada unilateral LBF and workload during steady state dynamic leg exercise with a validated operator technique [13] [14] [15] [16]. ...
... Postischemic hyperemia may be achieved with voluntary masseter and temporal muscle contraction (Supporting Information Figure S2). 25 In the case of MXA and MMA, the muscles' constriction unavoidably narrows the acoustic window, causing the MMA, and sometimes even the MXA to become unavailable. Temporal region compression does not alter the flow in MXA or MMA, probably because they supply mainly the facial area. ...