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The reliability of the 1RM strength test for untrained middle-aged individuals.
Moderate-intensity resistance exercise training in patients with chronic heart failure improves strength, endurance, heart rate variability, and forearm blood flow.
Circuit resistance training in chronic heart failure improves skeletal muscle mitochondrial ATP production rate--a randomized controlled trial.
Cardiorenal anemia syndrome as a prognosticator for death in heart failure.
Reduced exercise tolerance in CHF may be related to factors other than impaired skeletal muscle oxidative capacity.
A nurse-led up-titration clinic improves chronic heart failure optimization of beta-adrenergic receptor blocking therapy - a randomized controlled trial
- A. Driscoll, P. Srivastava, D. Toia, Jackie Gibcus, D. Hare
- MedicineBMC Research Notes
- 23 September 2014
A nurse-led titration clinic improves optimisation of beta-adrenergic receptor blocker therapy through increasing the proportion of patients reaching maximal dose and facilitating rapid up-titration of Beta-adRenergic receptor blocking agents in patients with chronic HFrEF.
Reliability of isokinetic strength and aerobic power testing for patients with chronic heart failure.
The data suggest that in a population of patients with CHF, a familiarization trial for skeletal muscle strength testing is necessary, and VO(2peak) declined markedly in the 3-month period for which these patients were followed.
COMPARING METHODS FOR PRESCRIBING EXERCISE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE
This study examined the accuracy of current recommended guidelines for prescribing exercise intensity using the methods of percentage of heart rate reserve (%HRR), percentage of VO 2 peak (%VO 2…
Clinical Trial Circuit Resistance Training in Chronic Heart Failure Improves Skeletal Muscle Mitochondrial ATP Production RatedA Randomized Controlled Trial
It is suggested that mitochondrial ATP production is a major determinant of aerobic capacity in CHF patients and can be favorably altered by muscle strengthening exercise.