A comparison of the Lactate Pro, Accusport, Analox GM7 and Kodak Ektachem Lactate analysers in normal, hot and humid conditions
International Journal of Sports Medicine
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This was a reliability study for the use of a portable lactate analyser under various environmental conditions. It was found that the Lactate Pro was a simple and effective device for taking lactate in a field setting. The findings have implications for sports scientists and coaches who are looking to do such measurements in a field setting. Backx collected the data and edited the manuscript.
Mc Naughton, L.R., Thompson, D., Philips, G., Backx, K. and Crickmore, L. (2002) 'A comparison of the lactate Pro, Accusport, Analox GM7 and Kodak Ektachem lactate analysers in normal, hot and humid conditions', International Journal of Sports Medicine, 23(02), pp.130-135
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