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The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether individual ramp protocol treadmill testing is superior to frequently used step protocols in eliciting peak cardiopulmonary responses in obese women. The main findings indicate that protocol selection based on predicted pretest individual exercise capacity is more important than whether a ramp or step… (More)
Proper exercise test protocol selection is essential to allow adequate time for observation of subjective and physiologic responses to exercise, as well as provider-patient interaction and patient comfort. This study evaluates the accuracy of a pretest questionnaire in predicting exercise capacity for exercise test protocol selection and compares the… (More)
This report is a summary of the experience at a tertiary medical care facility with patients who had undergone exercise testing soon after placement of coronary arterial stents. In 261 patients, no acute coronary events occurred that could be attributed to the exercise tests.
44 The world is too much: Effects of array size on the link between language comprehension and eye movements 48 Dissociating mechanisms involved in accessing identity by dynamic and static cues Among the most fundamental questions we can address in visual cognition research is what the basic unit of analysis is for a particular visual function. Work on… (More)