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However, researchers did note that patients with a history of spontaneous or exercise-induced arrhythmias faced a higher risk of more ICD shocks if they are in an aggressive training program.
Patients referred for detection of exercise-induced arrhythmias or with major arrhythmias (pacemaker rhythm, ventricular tachycardia, or conduction disorders) during exercise, excessive increase (>250 mmHg systolic, >120 mmHg diastolic) or decrease (>10 mmHg systolic blood pressure) in blood pressure during exercise, myocardial infarction <6 months, and symptomatic heart failure were excluded from the study.
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