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eBook Exercise and Heart Failure ePub

by Gary Balady,Ileana Pina

  • ISBN: 0879936673
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Gary Balady,Ileana Pina
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (July 15, 1997)
  • Pages: 354
  • ePub book: 1923 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1398 kb
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Gary Balady, Ileana Piña. Exercise testing has become an integral component of the management of patients with chronic heart failure. Exercise and heart failure can be seen to have a dynamic interrelationship, in which exercise can provide important.

Gary Balady, Ileana Piña. Exercise and heart failure can be seen to have a dynamic interrelationship, in which exercise can provide important diagnostic information, yet can also be used to assess the effectiveness of treatment regimes, and as a therapeutic intervention in itself. This is the first book that directly and comprehensively addresses the issues involving exercise patients with heart failure and heart transplants.

Catalog of books, journals, and audiovisuals at the National Library of Medicine. Country of Publication: United States. Publisher: Armonk, NY : Futura, c1997. Description: xiii, 354 p. : ill.

Ileana L. Piña, Carl S. Apstein, Gary J. Balady, Romualdo Belardinelli, Bernard R. Chaitman, Brian D. Duscha . Piña et al Exercise and Heart Failure 1215. Duscha, Barbara J. Fletcher, Jerome L. Fleg, Jonathan N. Myers. and Martin J. Sullivan Circulation 2003;107;1210-1225 DOI: 1. 161/01. Circulation is published by the American Heart Association. that exercise training can elicit modest improvements in stroke volume, which translates into increases in maximal cardiac output achieved at higher workloads. These changes were not paralleled by alterations in resting LVEF or resting end-diastolic or end-systolic volumes.

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Exercise and heart failure can be seen to have a dynamic interrelationship, in which exercise can provide important .

Exercise and heart failure can be seen to have a dynamic interrelationship, in which exercise can provide important diagnostic information, yet can also be used to assess the effectiveness of treatment regimes, and as a therapeutic intervention in itself. It presents a unique and comprehensive overview of epidemiological, physiological and clinical aspects of this relationship.

Exercise training in patients with systolic heart failure (HF) is an accepted adjunct to an evidence-based management program. The role of exercise training in heart failure. cle{Downing2011TheRO, title {The role of exercise training in heart failure. author {Julia Downing and Gary John Balady}, journal {Journal of the American College of Cardiology}, year {2011}, volume {58 6}, pages {. 561-9 } }. Julia Downing, Gary John Balady. Published in Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2011.

Products referenced in Exercise and heart failure: A statement from the . Ileana L Piña, Carl S Apstein, Gary J Balady, Romualdo Belardinelli, Bernard R Chaitman, Brian D Duscha, Barbara J Fletcher, Jerome L Fleg, Jonathan N Myers, Martin J Sullivan.

Products referenced in Exercise and heart failure: A statement from the American Heart Association Committee on exercise, rehabilitation, and prevention.

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Exercise testing has become an integral component of the managementof patients with chronic heart failure. Exercise and heart failurecan be seen to have a dynamic interrelationship, in which exercisecan provide important diagnostic information, yet can also be usedto assess the effectiveness of treatment regimes, and as atherapeutic intervention in itself. This is the first book thatdirectly and comprehensively addresses the issues involvingexercise patients with heart failure and heart transplants. Itpresents a unique and comprehensive overview of epidemiological,physiological and clinical aspects of this relationship.

The text covers the physiology of myocardial dysfunction, thetransplanted heart, and ventricular assist devices as they affectexercise capacity and responses during exercise and exertion. Itgoes on to discuss in more depth the exercise testing of patients,including the methods and utility of ventilatory gas analysis, thephysiologic and clinical effects of exercise training on thesepatients, and ecommended exercise training programs

This text, part of the American Heart Association MonographSeries, provides a cogent and comprehensive overview of itstopic that should be of practical value to a broad range ofphysicians, exercise physiologists and consultants working in thisfield.