Dina C. Janse van Rensburg

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The study investigated whether supine-measured HRV indicators, and/or HRV indicators measured during orthostatic stress are related to conventional measures of exercise and performance ability such as VO(2max). Only two significant correlations (p<0.05) out of 30 tests were found between supine-determined HRV indicators and conventional measures. In(More)
Quantification of cardiac autonomic activity and control via heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV) is known to provide prognostic information in clinical populations. Issues with regard to standardization and interpretation of HRV data make the use of the more easily accessible HR on its own as an indicator of autonomic cardiac control very(More)
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