[Local exercise and oxidative stress in chronic obstructive broncho-pneumopathies: preliminary results].

Abstract : The role of altered peripheral muscle function in exercise intolerance of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is now well established. However, the mechanisms underlying this phenomen, have not been determined. One hypothesis is that the oxidative stress, that leads to tissue injury may be involved. A recent study has shown that general exercise caused systemic oxidative stress in COPD patients. However, the origin of this stress was not absolutely clear: airways, muscle, both, or other? The aim of this study was first to determine with a systemic approach, whether systemic oxidative stress occur in patients who perform local exercise and then with a muscular needle biopsy approach, to confirm the muscular origin of this oxidative stress.
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Journal- Societe de Biologie, Paris : Société de biologie, 2017, pp.419-25
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Alain Varray, C Couillard, C Cristol, C Chanez, F Maltais, et al.. [Local exercise and oxidative stress in chronic obstructive broncho-pneumopathies: preliminary results].. Journal- Societe de Biologie, Paris : Société de biologie, 2017, pp.419-25. 〈hal-01623873〉

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