Exercise Standards for Testing and Training

@inproceedings{Fletcher2001ExerciseSF,
  title={Exercise Standards for Testing and Training},
  author={Fred Fletcher and Gary J. Balady and Vice Chair and Ezra A. Amsterdam and Bernard R. Chaitman and Robert W. Eckel and Jerome L. Fleg and Victor F. Froelicher and Arthur S. Leon and Ileana L. Pi{\~n}a and Roxanne Rodney and Denise G. Simons-Morton and Mark A. Williams and Terry L Bazzarre},
  year={2001}
}
The purpose of this report is to provide revised standards and guidelines for the exercise testing and training of individuals who are free from clinical manifestations of cardiovascular disease and those with known cardiovascular disease. These guidelines are intended for physicians, nurses, exercise physiologists, specialists, technologists, and other healthcare professionals involved in exercise testing and training of these populations. This report is in accord with the “Statement on… CONTINUE READING
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