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Metabolic cart equipment is a type of exercise testing equipment used to measure the oxygen consumption of an individual. It is used to measure the amount of energy expended during physical activity, and is commonly used in research studies and clinical settings to evaluate the effects of exercise on the body. The equipment consists of a gas analyzer, a flow meter, and a metabolic hood, which is placed over the head of the individual being tested. The metabolic cart measures the amount of oxygen consumed and carbon dioxide produced during exercise, and the data can be used to calculate the energy expenditure of the individual.
Metabolic cart equipment is available from a variety of manufacturers, including ParvoMedics, Cortex, KORR, and Cosmed. Prices for these types of equipment range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the features and capabilities of the equipment. The cost of the equipment also depends on the type of testing being done, as well as the number of tests that need to be performed. For example, a basic metabolic cart may cost a few thousand dollars, while a more advanced system may cost tens of thousands of dollars.