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ARING METHODS FOR PRESCRIBING EXERCISE DIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE

@inproceedings{Ph2005ARINGMF,
  title={ARING METHODS FOR PRESCRIBING EXERCISE DIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE},
  author={D. Ph. and Tommy Boone and Lance C. Dalleck and Daniel G. Drury and Hermann Engals and Eric D. B. Goulet and M. Sc. and Robert W. Gotshall and Len Kravitz and James J. Laskin and Jon K. Linderman and Derek W. Marks and Cristine Mermier and Daryl L. Parker and Robert Andrew Robergs and Brent C. Ruby and Jason C. Siegler and Greg Tardie and Ben-Mei Zhou},
  year={2005}
}
A. Patterson, Steve E. Selig, Deidre Toia, Ralph H. Geerling, nt Bamroongsuk, David L. Hare. Comparing Methods For ing Exercise For Individuals With Chronic Heart Failure. ne 2005;8(4):9-19. This study examined the accuracy of current ended guidelines for prescribing exercise intensity using the of percentage of heart rate reserve (%HRR), percentage of k (%VO2peak) and percentage of VO2 reserve (%VO2R) in a opulation of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients. The precision ription of exercise… 

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