TITLE

ANKLE BLOOD PRESSURE RESPONSE TO GRADED TREADMILL EXERCISE

AUTHOR(S)
Stahler, Christopher; Strandness Jr., D. E.
PUB. DATE
April 1967
SOURCE
Angiology;Apr1967, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p237
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Fifteen normal subjects were tested using three stages of graded treadmill exercise to evaluate the changes in heart rate, arm blood pressure and ankle systolic blood pressure. The three periods of exercise included: Stage I, 1.7 mph, 10% grade; Stage I + II, II was 3.4 mph, 15% grade; Stage I + II + III, III was 5 mph, 18% grade. Stage I exercise was performed by all subjects with minimal changes in all parameters. Successive stages were accompanied by marked increases in heart rate and arm systolic pressure and a fall in the systolic blood pressure measured at the ankle. In the six subjects that were unable to complete all three stages of exercise, the ankle pressure decrease occurred at the lower work load level than in those subjects that completed all stages. The ankle pressure decrease that was observed in the normal subjects was directionally the same as seen in patients with intermittent claudication but required a much greater work load to produce the response.
ACCESSION #
16400243

 

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