Satoru Hanada

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Anaerobic endurance training (AET) can improve sympathomimetic hyperactivity, and anaerobic interval training (AIT) is recommended for patients who cannot exercise due to exertional breathlessness and leg fatigue. However, the difference in sympathetic nerve activation (SNA) and parasympathetic nerve activation (PNA) during AIT and AET is unclear. The aim(More)
The purpose of this study is to effectiveness in autonomic nerve activation into aerobic interval training (AIT) compared with aerobic endurance training (AET). Seven cardiovascular patients (59.9 ± 12.6 years, 163.6 ± 3.5 cm, 62.2 ± 9.5kg) performed AIT which exercise/pause phase was 60s with 120 s at rest (AITI20) and AET of 10(More)
S. T., a 65-year-old man, was admitted to the Kanazawa University Hospital on December 3, 1962, complaining of fever. The patient had been healthy till November, 1962, except that he had occasionally received a treatment of hypertension since 1960. On November 1, 1962, he suffered from nasal bleeding spontaneously, which continued thereafter for a week.(More)
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