Lola A Coke

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E xercise testing remains a remarkably durable and versatile tool that provides valuable diagnostic and prognostic information regarding patients with cardiovascular and pulmonary disease. Exercise testing has been available for more than a half century and, like many other cardiovascular procedures, has evolved in its technology and scope. When combined(More)
873 T he 2001 version of the exercise standards statement 1 has served effectively to reflect the basic fundamentals of ECG–monitored exercise testing and training of both healthy subjects and patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) and other disease states. These exercise standards are intended for use by physicians, nurses, exercise physiologists and(More)
  • Lola A Coke
  • 2010
WHY: The American Heart Association estimated 785,000 Americans would have a new coronary attack in 2009 (AHA Statistics, 2009). In the healthy older adult or the older adult with cardiovascular disease (CVD), determination of cardiovascular risk is important. Modifiable cardiovascular risk factors include: physical inactivity, overweight and obesity,(More)
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