Physical Exercise and Ischemic Heart Disease

  • V. Masini


The topic “Physical Exercise and Ischemic Heart Disease” can be broken down into two separate issues: 1) physical exercise as the primary form of effective prevention of ischemic heart disease and 2) the choices, limitations and benefits of physical exercise for a patient already suffering from ischemic heart disease.


Physical Exercise Ischemic Heart Disease Sudden Death Unstable Angina Coronary Heart Disease Patient 


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  • V. Masini
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  1. 1.Cardiology RomeItaly

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