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The role of exercise in cardiovascular rehabilitation

Document Details : Title: The role of exercise in cardiovascular rehabilitation: A reviewAuthor(s): M. Koutroumpi , C. Pitsavos , C. StefanadisJournal: Acta CardiologicaVolume: 63Issue: 1   Date: 2007   Pages: 73-79DOI: 10.2143/AC.63.1.2025335 Abstract :The epidemiological literature supports an inverse association and a dose-response gradient between exercise training and both cardiovascular disease in general and coronary artery disease in particular. An overwhelming number of studies has …

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The immediate effect of aerobic exercise on haemostatic parameters in patients with recently diagnosed mild to moderate essential hypertension

Abstract Background Exercise is frequently recommended for the treatment of patients with arterial hypertension. Previous studies have shown an enhanced coagulation state after exercise. Our study investigates the alterations observed after a single session of submaximal aerobic exercise concerning coagulation, fibrinolysis, platelet activation as well as endothelial function in patients with recently diagnosed essential hypertension. …

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The Impact of Moderate Aerobic Physical Training on Left Ventricular Mass, Exercise Capacity and Blood Pressure Response During Treadmill Testing in Borderline and Mildly Hypertensive Males

Christos Pitsavos, Christina Chrysohoou, Matina Koutroumbi, Constadina Aggeli,Georgia Kourlaba, Demosthenes Panagiotakos, Andreas Michaelides,Christodoulos StefanadisFirst Cardiology Department, University of Athens Medical School, Hippokration Hospital, Athens, Greece https://www.hellenicjcardiol.org/archive/full_text/2011/1/2011_1_6.pdf