Effect of 10-Week Supervised Moderate-Intensity Intermittent vs. Continuous Aerobic Exercise Programs on Vascular Adhesion Molecules in Patients with Heart Failure.

@article{Aksoy2015EffectO1,
  title={Effect of 10-Week Supervised Moderate-Intensity Intermittent vs. Continuous Aerobic Exercise Programs on Vascular Adhesion Molecules in Patients with Heart Failure.},
  author={Sibel Aksoy and Gulin Findikoglu and Fusun Ardic and Simin Rota and Dursun Dursunoğlu},
  journal={American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation},
  year={2015},
  volume={94 10 Suppl 1},
  pages={898-911}
}
OBJECTIVE Abnormal expression of cellular adhesion molecules may be related to endothelial dysfunction, a key feature in chronic heart failure. This study compares the effects of 10-wk supervised moderate-intensity continuous aerobic exercise (CAE) and intermittent aerobic exercise (IAE) programs on markers of endothelial damage, disease severity, functional and metabolic status, and quality-of-life in chronic heart failure patients. DESIGN Fifty-seven patients between 41 and 81 yrs with New… CONTINUE READING
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