cardiopulmonary exercise


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2]peak from an arm crank test would be of use for clinicians not only for pre-operative risk stratification but also for routine cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPET) in adults with restricted lower limb mobility.
Aerobic training consisted of a 15-min continuous walk/run on treadmill with the intensity fixed between 70% and 85% of each subject's maximum heart rate obtained from the maximal cardiopulmonary exercise test.
So the cardiopulmonary exercise test is not just a surrogate endpoint; it's a measure of functional outcome that matters to patients," he said.
The data resulting from the maximal cardiopulmonary exercise test (HR, VO2max, anaerobic threshold) were included in the calculation of the Polar Team 2 software and used to estimate exercise intensity (EI), V[O.
Results were evaluated using submaxi ma I cardiopulmonary exercise tests given at baseline, one week, and two weeks.
They discuss cardiopulmonary exercise testing in preoperative assessment, perioperative care, biologic and composite mesh for repair, the management of facial paralysis, anal cancer, bariatric surgery, liver metastases, ischemic bowel, intraoperative radiotherapy for rectal cancer, abdominal tuberculosis, the diabetic foot, benign breast conditions, breast reconstruction, and randomized clinical trials and meta-analyses in surgery.
Cardiopulmonary exercise testing is regularly used in developed countries to determine the peak oxygen uptake of heart failure patients, and the test can yield important prognostic information regarding survival.
Significant increases in physical exercise capacities on cardiopulmonary exercise test at the end of the 3rd month were observed in all patients.
ROME -- A moderate walk on a treadmill for 1 km proved useful for calculating a patient's peak oxygen uptake and cardiopulmonary exercise capacity, and provided significant prognostic information for patients with cardiac disease, in a study with more than 1,200 Italian men.
All subjects were measured for height and body weight and performed two cardiopulmonary exercise tests in the clinical laboratory of an academic center.
Cardiopulmonary exercise testing traces its roots to the development of personal computers and the ability to integrate data from flow sensors and gas analyzers to measure not only ventilation (VE) but oxygen consumption (V02) and CO2 production (VCO2).
Cardiopulmonary Exercise testing is a tool used to assess the physiological (or pathophysiological) limits of exercise tolerance in health and disease.
In a study of 855 coronary artery disease patients at Mayo Clinic (American Heart Journal, March 2011), researchers found that overweight, high-fitness (determined by cardiopulmonary exercise testing) subjects had a much lower risk of dying compared with normal-weight, low-fitness subjects.
One promising set of tools to objectively quantify post-exertional functional capacity in individuals with CFS includes physiological measurements obtained during serial cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET).
Submaximal cardiopulmonary exercise testing predicts complications and hospital length of stay in patients undergoing major elective surgery.
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