Exercise for postcoronary patients: an assessment of infrequent supervision.

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Forty-nine patients who had been attending a regular weekly physician-supervised exercise program for a year or more following a myocardial infarction were transferred to an experimental regimen based on a personal activity prescription, reinforced by attendance at the physician-supervised exercise class once every 8 weeks. Data were compared with the… (More)

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@article{Kavanagh1980ExerciseFP, title={Exercise for postcoronary patients: an assessment of infrequent supervision.}, author={Terence Kavanagh and Roy Jesse Shephard}, journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation}, year={1980}, volume={61 3}, pages={114-8} }