athlete's heart

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enlarged heart commonly found among athletes trained for endurance

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T-wave inversions and the role of de-training in the differentiation of athlete's heart from pathology: is 6 months too long?
2009) Distinguishing hypertrophic cardiomyopathy from athlete's heart physiological remodelling: clinical significance, diagnostic strategies and implications for preparticipation screening.
The myocardial changes that characterize an athlete's heart are considered to be essentially sport specific.
New evidence suggests that certain abnormal electrocardiograms associated with athlete's heart should no longer be dismissed as benign, and deserve "continuous surveillance" because they may predict the subsequent development of heart disease, according to Dr.
A 60-year-old athlete's heart can be healthier than an inactive 20-year-old's and exercise also helps slow the effects of ageing in the heart muscle.
A 60-YEAR-OLD athlete's heart can be healthier than an inactive 20 year -old's, according to research to be unveiled at a Liverpool conference today.
At rest, an athlete's heart beats about 40 times a minute.
This product; called the ECG Series, was to display an athlete's heart rate during exercise, plus feature a timer, chronometer, time of day, date, settings for upper and lower heart rate limits, and a lap counter.
A spokesman said the 38-year-old athlete's heart appeared to be normal and there was "nothing unusual in terms of drugs".
A student athlete's heart attack is a shocking event, and can have serious emotional impact upon a school and local community.
Mio LINK features colored LEDs that signal the athlete's heart rate zones as he or she is wearing it during a workout.
The knowledge and recognition of the organic and functional changes developing in the athlete's heart is being helpful to differentiate physiological changes from cardiac pathologies that can cause sudden death in athletes.
Since athletes can naturally have larger hearts, genetic testing can play an important role in distinguishing HCM heart from normal athlete's heart.
Athletes and coaches will also be able to utilize the brand's newest innovation, Armour39(TM), which is the first-of-its-kind digital performance monitoring system that measures an athlete's heart rate, calories burned, workout intensity and WILLpower (TM) score, which reflects an athlete's overall effort during a workout session.
Subtle clues in test results will help to differentiate athlete's heart from hypertrophic or dilated cardiomyopathy, Christine E.