Serum oxidizability potential is associated with age and exercise test results

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The purpose of this paper is to find out whether serum oxidizability potential measured before an exercise test (EXT) correlates with age and ischemic heart disease severity. Oxidizability potential was determined in 3 age groups, in gr. I patients < 45 years, in gr. II age $$ {\hbox{range}} = {45} - {7}0{\hbox{years}} $$ , and in gr. III patients > 70… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11556-010-0060-y

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@article{Goldhammer2010SerumOP, title={Serum oxidizability potential is associated with age and exercise test results}, author={Ehud Goldhammer and Yelena Rivlin and Sergei Shnizer and Allah Shanati and Moran Sagiv and Uri Rosenschein}, journal={European Review of Aging and Physical Activity}, year={2010}, volume={7}, pages={37-41} }