There is one clinical trial.
There is concern that wearing a face mask during COVID will affect oxygen uptake, especially during intense exercise. This study will assess the effect of wearing two different face masks (disposable and cloth) on blood and muscle oxygenation during cycling exercise.
Description: time to exhaustionMeasure: Time to exhaustion during exercise Time: Up to 20 minutes
Description: Peak power output in Watts, determined on a cycle ergometerMeasure: Change from baseline in peak power output Time: Up to 20 minutes
Description: Blood oxygen saturation as determined by pulse oximetryMeasure: Change from baseline in blood oxygen saturation Time: Up to 20 minutes
Description: Tissue oxygenation index (oxygenated hemoglobin/total hemoglobin) as measured by near infra-red spectroscopyMeasure: Change from baseline in quadriceps tissue oxygenation index Time: Up to 20 minutes
Description: Rating of perceived exertion on a scale of 1-10 (Modified Borg Scale), a higher score indicates a greater perceived exertionMeasure: Change from baseline in rating of perceived exertion Time: Up to 20 minutes
Description: Heart rate (beats per minute)Measure: Change from baseline in heart rate Time: Up to 20 minutes
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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