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Juerg Feldmann

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Roger offers a great technical inside view in the difference of these 2 great tools. Fro advanced test centers the  optimal combination is MOXY and Portamon.
 For the  smaller and starter  center MOXY now offers an incredible affordable option to learn and see, how a direct  information on oxygenation trend can possible very nicely enhance tour service and ability to work even more specific with your clients.

 Here I like to show you a case study done  by Next Level SP in combination with E.U.K. It is the apart out of the ongoing study of influence on  bioavailablity of oxygen due to change in  O2 Diss. curve by manipulating  the respiration. How and  why we can do it will be an ongoing information flow on this forum.
 So here just some  observations and some possible directions  we may have to think about when using one or the otter of this great tools.

Juerg Feldmann

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Here is an add on for the critical thinker using Portamon and  MOXY.
 As Rogers mentioned the 2 devices use very different approaches and for a center to have both would be fun to work with.
 Why.
 The portamon  gives us additional ideas, which as it seems never where intended to give this.
 I name it information on " capillarisation.
 The fact that we test blood oxygen reaction on the surface ( including skin ) allows us to compare reactions of skin temperature change with reaction of Oxygenation change.
  Brian Kozak has some incredible data's   from  ice hockey assessments, where we see how   skin temperature reacts during an UrPAHD.
. The shift in  blood from  the skin away and back to the skin can be triggered by temperature change but as well by pressure ( compression ) see Clint's case  study on compression stockings but as well simple by muscle tension. Here a closer look at this  situation.
 You will see 2 red traces and you  not even have to know what is what , just simply look the reaction how the go  between  unloading and loading . You have to rest  periods between one loading period.
 You figure out what is going on have fun.

 The second picture is a " inverse " reaction, theoretical not possible but the  fact shows that we  can see it and produce it very easy. so the theory may have to be adjusted to the FaCT. Se yellow tHb and green TSI  running in the opposite direction. You can as well see that O2Hb  Hb goes up , meaning more O2Hb but the TSI % drops meaning less  O2 in the tissue  as well tHb goes up meaning more blood in the tissue > You explain.

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Juerg Feldmann

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In the work we did over the last few years we made many interesting observations. Some were easy to explain other we still scratch our heads ( Which is often the case).
 Once we started to compare the different features between MOXY and Portamon we go some more answers.
 Here a very nice look very close at the  bodies oxygenation and vascular reaction, when we  in an interval or in an IPAHD ( UrPAHD ) re load the muscle from a rest period.
 When you look carefully you can see the RPM as well you can see the shift of blood flow from one are to an other area and you can see oxy and deoxygenation nicely. Have fun.
 This for me is a great example what I mean with being  at the game or reading the game report the next day  or Oxygenation info  from MOXY versus lactate as an indirect information.

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Juerg Feldmann

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Here just as a repetition. Non scientific explanation of MOXY versus indirect assessment tools like Lactate and VO2   indirect  blood gas information.
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