Douglas R. Seals mainly investigates Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Blood pressure, Physical exercise and Cardiology. His work in Oxidative stress, Hemodynamics, Ageing, Sympathetic nervous system and Exercise physiology are all subfields of Internal medicine research. His study in Exercise physiology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Endurance training and VO2 max.
As a part of the same scientific study, Douglas R. Seals usually deals with the Blood pressure, concentrating on Anesthesia and frequently concerns with Microneurography. As part of the same scientific family, Douglas R. Seals usually focuses on Physical exercise, concentrating on Aerobic exercise and intersecting with Menopause. His studies deal with areas such as Autonomic nervous system, Surgery, Femoral artery and Excretion as well as Cardiology.
His main research concerns Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Blood pressure and Aerobic exercise. His study in Oxidative stress, Physical exercise, Endothelial dysfunction, Heart rate and Hemodynamics is carried out as part of his Internal medicine studies. Douglas R. Seals has included themes like Inflammation, Nitrotyrosine and Ageing in his Oxidative stress study.
His study in Endothelium, Sympathetic nervous system, Nitric oxide, Brachial artery and Vasodilation is done as part of Endocrinology. His Cardiology research includes elements of Physical therapy and Surgery, Femoral artery, Forearm. Douglas R. Seals frequently studies issues relating to Exercise physiology and Aerobic exercise.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Oxidative stress, Endothelial dysfunction and Aerobic exercise. His research brings together the fields of Cardiology and Internal medicine. His research in Endocrinology intersects with topics in AMPK and Surgery.
Douglas R. Seals combines subjects such as Antioxidant, Reactive oxygen species, Nitrotyrosine, Nitric oxide and Pharmacology with his study of Oxidative stress. His Endothelial dysfunction research also works with subjects such as
Douglas R. Seals focuses on Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Oxidative stress, Endothelial dysfunction and Arterial stiffness. His is doing research in Pulse wave velocity, Blood pressure, Metabolic syndrome, Carbohydrate metabolism and Insulin receptor, both of which are found in Internal medicine. His research integrates issues of Physical therapy and Heart rate in his study of Pulse wave velocity.
The Insulin research Douglas R. Seals does as part of his general Endocrinology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Interleukin, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Oxidative stress research includes elements of Surgery, Brachial artery and Vasodilation. The concepts of his Endothelial dysfunction study are interwoven with issues in Aerobic exercise, Nitric oxide and Estrogen.
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Age-predicted maximal heart rate revisited.
Hirofumi Tanaka;Kevin D Monahan;Douglas R Seals.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2001)
Regular Aerobic Exercise Prevents and Restores Age-Related Declines in Endothelium-Dependent Vasodilation in Healthy Men
C A DeSouza;L F Shapiro;C M Clevenger;F A Dinenno.
Aging, Habitual Exercise, and Dynamic Arterial Compliance
Hirofumi Tanaka;Frank A. Dinenno;Kevin D. Monahan;Christopher M. Clevenger.
Postexercise hypotension. Key features, mechanisms, and clinical significance.
Michael J. Kenney;Douglas R. Seals.
Effects of the cold pressor test on muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humans.
Ronald G. Victor;W N Leimbach;Douglas R. Seals;B G Wallin.
Absence of Age-Related Increase in Central Arterial Stiffness in Physically Active Women
Hirofumi Tanaka;Christopher A. DeSouza;Douglas R. Seals.
Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (1998)
Endurance training in older men and women. I. Cardiovascular responses to exercise
D. R. Seals;J. M. Hagberg;B. F. Hurley;A. A. Ehsani.
Journal of Applied Physiology (1984)
Aging and vascular endothelial function in humans
Douglas R. Seals;Kristen L. Jablonski;Anthony J. Donato.
Clinical Science (2011)
Endorphins and exercise: physiological mechanisms and clinical implications.
Peter Thorén;John S. Floras;Pavel Hoffmann;Douglas R. Seals.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (1990)
Endurance exercise performance in Masters athletes: age‐associated changes and underlying physiological mechanisms
Hirofumi Tanaka;Douglas R. Seals.
The Journal of Physiology (2008)
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