In this study it analyse venous return with different compression stockings (CS). 10 experienced runners ran in two experimental test during 35 minutes in a treadmill at 75% of their maximal aerobic speed. Venous blood flow was measured before/after test with magnetic resonance (RMN). Results indicated that fatigue increased venous blood flow in all conditions (p<0.05), but larger differences were found without stocking condition (WS) (right=1,63 ml/s; left=1,66 ml/s). No significant differences (p>0.05) were found with medium compression stocking (MS). Results suggest that CS didn´t increase venous return and decrease comparing to WS. Nevertheless, if compression stockings lead faster recovery, we couldn’t measure because RMN isn’t faster like other methods.
Aparicio, Inmaculada; Oficial, Francisco J.; Julián, Iván; Blanes, María; and Pérez-Soriano, Pedro
"EFFECTS OF TWO DIFFERENT COMPRESSION STOCKINGS IN VENOUS RETURN BEFORE AND AFTER RUNNING,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 35:
1, Article 225.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol35/iss1/225