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Circulatory Response During Isokinetic Training on Upper Extremity in Coronary Heart Disease Patients

  • Kazuo Tsuyuki
  • Masahiko Aihara
  • Kenji Ninomiya
  • Tamae Ogata
  • Yasuo Kimura
  • Kwangchol Chang
  • Hiroki Hase
  • Kunio Ebine
Conference paper

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the circulatory response during muscular training in coronary heart disease patients. Thirty-five male patients with effort angina pectoris and a history of myocardial infarction were studied. All patients performed a cardiopulmonary exercise test (SL-GXT) and isokinetic training at elbow flexion. The pressure rate product (PRP) during training approached the PRP level at the endpoint on SL-GXT as myocardial aerobic impairment increased. Additionally, ST changes appeared when PRP during the training equalled or exceeded the PRP endpoint on SL-GXT. In conclusion, patients showing low exercise tolerance and poor cardiac function must be carefully monitored during isokinetic training.

Keywords

Cardiac Rehabilitation Elbow Flexion Coronary Heart Disease Patient Pressure Rate Product Premature Ventricular Contraction 
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© Springer-Verlag Tokyo 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kazuo Tsuyuki
  • Masahiko Aihara
  • Kenji Ninomiya
  • Tamae Ogata
  • Yasuo Kimura
  • Kwangchol Chang
  • Hiroki Hase
  • Kunio Ebine

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