treadmill exercise test


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treadmill exercise test

 
any of various graded types of exercise testing in which the patient walks on an inclined treadmill, which may be increased in speed and incline through the test.
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The single ACC sensor provided inappropriate rates at most stages of the treadmill exercise test except during the 1 [sup]st min, after which the adaption was almost totally opposite to the SN and body metabolic demands.
The Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA was used to detect differences between groups in [DELTA](delta) pain-free walking distance on the treadmill exercise test (pre-treatment to post-treatment) and [DELTA] pain-free walking distance on the 6-minute walk test (pretreatment to post-treatment), as these data were not normally distributed.
Effects of treadmill exercise test on oxidative/antioxidative parameters and DNA damage.
Treadmill exercise test: After a 10-minute supine rest period on a padded treatment table, the patient performed a treadmill exercise test to measure pain-free exercise times (PFET) for each calf and maximal exercise time (MXT).
There was no correlation between total pain perceived on the graded treadmill exercise test.
Objective: We investigated the acute effects of treadmill exercise test (TET) on total peroxide, total antioxidant capacity (TAG), oxidative stress index (OSI) and DNA damage levels in voluntary and untrained healthy subjects.
Aerobic capacity, assessed on a graded treadmill exercise test, improved by 33% over the course of 6 months from a mean baseline of 55,475 watt-seconds.
Effects of treadmill exercise test on oxidative-antioxidative parameters and DNA damage.
The subjects underwent one maximal and two submaximal cardiopulmonary treadmill exercise tests 24 to 72 hrs apart.
Mean [+ or -] SD cardiovascular responses for peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and non-PAD groups during treadmill exercise tests.