In 1922, many research centers were set up at the German Universities, which were responsible for the sports medical supervision of students. In this context, Wolfgang Kohlrausch (1888-1980) was appointed Sports physician of the University students in Berlin. He also opened a private massage school.
In the Netherlands the Dutch Association for Sports Medicine was grounded.
The French Association for Sports Medicine SMEPS published the first edition of its sports medicine magazine 'Revue Médicale d'Éducation Physique et de Sport', which is also the first magazine on Sports Medicine in Europe.
A device from 1922 with which maximum work was measured. A heavy flywheel provided the inertia against which biceps and brachialis anticus had to work to obtain a rotation.
In Switzerland, Wilhelm Knoll (1876-1958) founded the Swiss Association for Sports Medicine.
In the book 'Endocrinology and Metabolism' by Llewellys Barker (1867-1943), who succeeded Professor William Osler (1849-1919) at the Johns Hopkins University Medical School, in the article 'The normal process of energy metabolism' by Professor John R. Murlin (1874-1960), Professor at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, an illustration of the gas analyzer developed by Nathan Zuntz (1847-1920) and August Julius Geppert (1856-1937).
The study on the effects of physical exercise and exercise on body muscles regained interest when English physiologist Archibald Hill (1886-1977) and his German colleague Otto Meyerhof (1884-1951) were awarded the Nobel Prize for their research on Muscle Glycolytic Metabolism.
The Metabolimeter with which the American physiologist Harry M. Jones recorded the metabolism
An exercise test with a spirometer.
On page 38 of the 'Journal of Experimental Medicine' the article 'The respiratory response to carbon dioxide' by H. Withridge Davies, George R. Brow (1883-1953) and Carl A.L. Binger (1890-1976), which dealt in more detail with the use of the Douglas Bag as a rebreathing system for CO2 response.
In his book Gaseous Exchange and physiological requirements for level and grade walking, American chemist Henry Monmouth Smith (1868-1949) published a photograph of his preparation for an exercise test.
On page 444 of Volume 21 of the 'Albany Medical Annals' (Octobre 1922) the article 'An outline of the principals of calorimetry as applied to the clinic' of American physiologist J.H. Means (1893-), was published, in which an image of a respiratory calorimeter was shown.
In the book 'Endocrinology and Metabolism' of the American Llewellys Barker (1867-1943), Professor Clinical Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University Medical School the chapter 'The normal process of energy metabolism' appeared. In it John R. Murlin (1874-1960), Professor Physiologie at the University of Rochester, gave a description of the device for gas analysis of Danish Professor Physiologie August Krogh (1874-1949).
The Universal Respiration Device of American Professor Physiologie Frances Gano Benedict (1870-1957).