Study of the Longitudinal Evaluation of Physical Activity and Sports in Cardiac Transplant Recipients

  • Annett Bethge
Conference paper


The goal of this study was to give an account of a persons’ abilities to practice one or more physical activities or sports after an invasive surgical procedure such as cardiac transplantation.


Physical Activity Cardiac Transplant Rest Heart Rate Donor Heart Cardiorespiratory Response 
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