Selected Topics in Exercise Cardiology and Rehabilitation by H. Denolin (auth.), A. Raineri, J. J. Kellermann, V. Rulli

By H. Denolin (auth.), A. Raineri, J. J. Kellermann, V. Rulli (eds.)

In this e-book the lectures of the 1st process the foreign institution of Cardiology at Ettore Majorana are awarded. it really is tricky to mirror in a booklet of this type the ambience and spirit of this postgraduate direction. in addition, the attractive surroundings of Erice and its atmosphere, celebrated by means of old Greek poets, can by no means be defined by way of the editors of this e-book. The purpo~e of this path used to be to deepen our wisdom gathered todate at the topics of non-invasive aerobic­ circulatory review and the research of the great method of cardiac rehabilitation. The scientific price of workout trying out, echo-cardiography, scintigraphy, systolic time durations were mentioned, in addition to the initiatives of workout education, surgical procedure and medicine within the secondary prevention of heart affliction. the issues of arrhythmias and the prevention of unexpected dying were touched on, in addition to early m~bilization after myocardial infarction, using digoxin and beta blockers and eventually, the controversies in cardiac rehabilitation.

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2. A S-T segment depression inferior to 3 mm 3. An increase in systolic blood pressure at least of 4 hgcm ~n eMS lead. Ten patients belonged to this group: surgery was not proposed whatever the results of coronary angiogram which was not performed in some patients with excellent exercise test. In this group, one patient had severe left anterior descending artery stenosis and sustained 180 watts for three minutes two weeks after attacks of resting angina and two years after posterobasal infarction.

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