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PURPOSE Interval training (INT) is a commonly used method of exercise training in both athletic and clinical populations. Although we generally understand left ventricular (LV) function during steady state (SS) exercise, there are no data regarding LV function during INT. METHODS We studied eight healthy, physically active volunteers during upright cycle(More)
This study sought to assess the safety of interval exercise training in patients with chronic congestive heart failure (CHF) with respect to left ventricular (LV) function. For effective rehabilitation in CHF, both aerobic capacity and muscle strength need to be improved. We have previously demonstrated in both coronary artery bypass surgery and patients(More)
OBJECTIVE This study was conducted to determine if emergency medicine (EM) physicians recognize emergency department (ED) patients with asymptomatic elevated blood pressure (AEBP) by diagnosis, treatment, or referral. The study also evaluated whether differences exist in identification of AEBP based on patient age, sex, race, or insurance status. METHODS(More)
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