Cardiac and renal function in a large cohort of amateur marathon runners

@article{Hewing2015CardiacAR,
  title={Cardiac and renal function in a large cohort of amateur marathon runners},
  author={B. Hewing and S. Schattke and S. Spethmann and W. Sanad and S. Schroeckh and I. Schimke and F. Halleck and H. Peters and L. Brechtel and J. Lock and G. Baumann and H. Dreger and A. Borges and F. Knebel},
  journal={Cardiovascular Ultrasound},
  year={2015},
  volume={13}
}
BackgroundParticipation of amateur runners in endurance races continues to increase. Previous studies of marathon runners have raised concerns about exercise-induced myocardial and renal dysfunction and damage. In our pooled analysis, we aimed to characterize changes of cardiac and renal function after marathon running in a large cohort of mostly elderly amateur marathon runners.MethodsA total of 167 participants of the BERLIN-MARATHON (female n = 89, male n = 78; age = 50.3 ± 11.4 years) were… Expand
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