EffectsofExerciseonCardiovascularRisk Factors in Type 2 Diabetes A meta-analysis

@inproceedings{CHUDYK2011EffectsofExerciseonCardiovascularRi,
  title={EffectsofExerciseonCardiovascularRisk Factors in Type 2 Diabetes A meta-analysis},
  author={ANNA CHUDYK and ROBERT J. PETRELLA},
  year={2011}
}
  • ANNA CHUDYK, ROBERT J. PETRELLA
  • Published 2011
RESULTS—Of 645 articles retrieved, 34 met our inclusion criteria; most investigated aerobic exercise alone, and 10 reported combined exercise training. Aerobic alone or combined with resistance training (RT) significantly improved HbA1c 20.6 and20.67%, respectively (95% CI 20.98 to 20.27 and 20.93 to 20.40, respectively), systolic blood pressure (SBP) 26.08 and 23.59 mmHg, respectively (95% CI210.79 to 21.36 and26.93 to20.24, respectively), and triglycerides20.3 mmol/L (95% CI20.48 to20.11… CONTINUE READING