The effect of salbutamol on performance in elite non-asthmatic athletes
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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Albuterol -- Physiological effect,
  • Aerosol therapy,
  • Athletes -- Drug use,
  • Bronchodilator agents,
  • Asthma -- Prevention

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Willem H. Meeuwisse.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 65 leaves
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13552948M
OCLC/WorldCa29240980

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  BACKGROUND Beta-2 agonists such as salbutamol are used, not only by asthmatic athletes to prevent exercise induced asthma, but also by non-asthmatic athletes as a potentially ergogenic agent. We have investigated whether inhaled salbutamol enhances endurance performance in non-asthmatic athletes. METHODS A prospective double blind, Cited by: The effect of salbutamol on performance was studied in 7 male non-asthmatic elite (VO₂max ≥ 60 ml/kg/min) athletes. The subjects entered the study just prior to their competitive season. Salbutamol (2 puffs= µg) or placebo was administered by metered-dose inhaler, through a spacer device, 20 minutes prior to testing in a double-blind, randomized crossover design. Cited by: Inhaled salbutamol, even in a high dose, did not have a significant effect on endurance performance in non-asthmatic athletes, although the bronchodilating effect . Effect of acute and short-term oral salbutamol treatments on maximal power output in non-asthmatic athletes. Sanchez AM(1), Collomp K, Carra J, Borrani F, Coste O, Préfaut C, Candau R. Author information: (1)Faculté des Sciences du Sport, Université Montpellier 1, INRA, UMR, Dynamique Musculaire et Métabolisme, 2 Place Viala, Cited by:

Inhaled salbutamol does not affect athletic performance in asthmatic and non-asthmatic cyclists The effect of salbutamol on performance in elite non-asthmatic athletes. The effect of.   The effect of salbutamol (S) on cycling performance was examined in 15 highly trained non-asthmatic male cyclists. A double-blind, randomized cross-over design was used with S or placebo (P) administered using a metered-dose inhaler and a spacer device 20 min before each testing session. The S dose was μg (four puffs), which is twice the normal Cited by: A study of the effects of two doses of inhaled salbutamol compared with placebo in 12 trained non-asthmatic triathletes failed to demonstrate a significant effect on endurance performance. Each subject performed three identical exercise sessions on a cycle ergometer at 85% of their predetermined maximal aerobic power until exhaustion. EVects of inhaled salbutamol in exercising non-asthmatic athletes C Goubault, M-C Perault, E Leleu, S Bouquet, P Legros, B Vandel, A Denjean Abstract Background—Beta-2 agonists such as salbutamol are used, not only by asth-matic athletes to prevent exercise induced asthma, but also by non-asthmatic ath-letes as a potentially ergogenic agent. WeCited by:

  Why asthma doesn’t stop elite athletes. you'd still expect salbutamol to help affected athletes, even if it doesn't give a boost to healthy athletes. Author: Alex Hutchinson. Exercise-induced asthma, experienced by up to 13% of the U.S. population, occurs when the airways narrow, making breathing difficult. Why some athletes have Author: Heather Hatfield.   Rationale Salbutamol may affect lung function and exercise performance differently in individuals with and without asthma. Objectives To compare the effects of inhaled salbutamol on lung function, exercise performance and respiratory parameters during cycling exercise in athletes with a positive response to a eucapnic voluntary hyperpnoea (EVH+) and Cited by: Currently, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) permits asthmatic athletes to use inhaled salbutamol (SAL) to help attenuate compromised lung function during exercise. Although the majority of previous research shows no benefit in non-asthmatic athletes, there lacks an examination of the dose-response effect of SAL on performance using a sport-specific .