Separation of effects of cardiovascular disease and age on ventricular function with maximal exercise.

@article{Bruce1974SeparationOE,
  title={Separation of effects of cardiovascular disease and age on ventricular function with maximal exercise.},
  author={Robert Allan Bruce and Lloyd D Fisher and Marc N. Cooper and George O. Gey},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1974},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={
          757-63
        }
}
Abstract To distinguish between the responses to maximal exercise caused by cardiovascular disease and those-caused by aging, the percent deviation of observed values of maximal pressure-rate products and maximal heart rates from age-predicted values in healthy subjects were derived for 2,094 healthy middle-aged men and eight subgroups of 2,291 ambulatory male patients. Highly significant differences in left ventricular impairment and heart rate impairment were obtained. When left ventricular… CONTINUE READING
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