incompetence

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lack of physical or intellectual ability or qualifications

inability of a part or organ to function properly

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Chronotropic incompetence is associated with increased major adverse cardiovascular events and mortality in asymptomatic [sup][13] and selected clinical populations, including those with coronary artery disease or heart failure, [sup][14],[15],[16] and contributes to exercise intolerance which leads to impaired quality of life.
Additionally, the amount of exercise in our study is relatively small, and supposed to be easy to the relatively young and physically active patients so that we may lose the potential eligible patients regarded as chronotropic incompetence because they cannot reach their target heart rates in the effortless treadmill test.
Baseline, peak and recovery heart rate were significantly lower in patients with chronotropic incompetence (p<0.
Conclusion: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients had chronotropic incompetence to maximal volitional exercise.
The patient -- a 69-year-old man suffering from bradycardia, chronotropic incompetence, and chronic atrial fibrillation -- had a slow-beating lower-heart chamber.