TITLE

Understanding the Basics of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing

AUTHOR(S)
Milani, Richard V.; Lavie, Carl J.; Mehra, Mandeep R.; Ventura, Hector O.
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Dec2006, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p1603
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Cardiopulmonary exercise testing adds important additional information to that provided by the standard exercise test. In particular, cardiopulmonary exercise testing provides precise determination of aerobic capacity, the causes of dyspnea with exertion, and prognosis in patients with systolic heart failure. This review provides basic, practical information about cardiopulmonary exercise testing for the clinician.
ACCESSION #
24100736

 

Related Articles

  • Walking Tests as Outcome Measures in Rehabilitation. Herbert, William G. // Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Jun2001 Supplement, Vol. 24, pS32 

    The article discusses walking tests as outcome measures in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. Clinical practice guidelines advocate symptom-limited graded exercise testing to determine functional capacity, prescribe limits for exercise training, stratify patients for risk of exercise-induced...

  • Recent Advances in Exercise Testing. Boyle, Craig; Partington, Sara; Ahmed, Natasha; Myers, Jonathan; Froelicher, Victor // Current Cardiology Reviews;2005, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p153 

    Exercise Testing still holds firm ground as a simple non-invasive investigative tool for the diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease. It is a commonly used technique for evaluating patients with cardiac symptoms. Exercise Testing requires appropriate patient preparation and selection. Proper...

  • A New Look at Cardiac Exercise Testing. Curfman, Gregory D.; Hillis, L. David // New England Journal of Medicine;2/27/2003, Vol. 348 Issue 9, p775 

    Presents information about the use of cardiac exercise testing to measure conditions such as coronary artery disease. Measurement of metabolic equivalents; Characteristics of myocardinal ischemia; Status of activity in the sympathetic nervous system; Observations about high-grade ventricular...

  • Frequent Ventricular Ectopy after Exercise as a Predictor of Death. Frolkis, Joseph P.; Pothier, Claire E.; Blackstone, Eugene H.; Lauer, Michael S. // New England Journal of Medicine;2/27/2003, Vol. 348 Issue 9, p781 

    Background: Exercise-induced ventricular ectopy predicts an increased risk of death in population-based cohorts. We sought to examine in a clinical cohort the prognostic importance of ventricular ectopy immediately after exercise, when reactivation of parasympathetic activity occurs. We...

  • Fat oxidation rate during and after a low- or high-intensity exercise in severely obese Caucasian adolescents. Lazzer, Stefano; Lafortuna, Claudio; Busti, Carlo; Galli, Raffaela; Tinozzi, Tiziana; Agosti, Fiorenza; Sartorio, Alessandro // European Journal of Applied Physiology;Jan2010, Vol. 108 Issue 2, p383 

    The objective is to study the effects of low-intensity (LI) or high-intensity (HI) equicaloric exercises on energy expenditure (EE) and substrate oxidation rate during and after the exercises in severely obese Caucasian adolescents. Twenty obese boys (BMI-SDS 3.04 ± 0.52, %Fat Mass 38.2 ±...

  • Non-invasive haemodynamic assessments using Innocorâ„¢ during standard graded exercise tests. Fontana, Piero; Boutellier, Urs; Toigo, Marco // European Journal of Applied Physiology;Feb2010, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p573 

    Cardiac output ( Q) and stroke volume ( VS) represent primary determinants of cardiovascular performance and should therefore be determined for performance diagnostics purposes. Since it is unknown, whether measurements of Q and VS can be performed by means of Innocorâ„¢ during standard...

  • Kardiyopulmoner Rehabilitasyon Uygulanacak Hastada DeIerlendirme. Tuncay, Figen // Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Sciences / Fizikse;12/15/2010, Vol. 13, p17 

    Patients with chronic cardiac and pulmonary disease have limitations in their exercise capacity, which may be improved after specific training in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program. The initial evaluation of the patient referred for cardiopulmonary rehabilitation includes history and...

  • Exercise Testing in Patients With Arrhythmias. Neish, Steven R.; Friedman, Richard A.; Bricker, J. Timothy // Pediatric Exercise Science;Aug1990, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p230 

    Exercise testing has become an important method for evaluation of pediatric patients with known or suspected arrhythmias. It has proven useful in patients with exercise-induced symptoms, patients with congenital heart disease, and patients with pacemakers. Exercise has predictable effects on the...

  • Influences of Standing Alignment on Respiratory Function and Exercise Tolerance. OSANAI, MASAHIRO; MINAMISHIMA, DAISUKE; TACHIKAWA, YASUHIDE; SHIMIZU, YAYOI; ARAI, MISA; AKIYAMA, SUMIKAZU // Rigakuryoho Kagaku;2010, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p37 

    [Purpose] The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of standing alignment on respiratory function and exercise tolerance. [Subjects] The subjects were 16 healthy adults. [Method] In the standing position, wearing a harness, the thoracolumbar spine was set at three different angles...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics