heart rate recovery


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heart rate recovery

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HRR

The decrease in heart rate that occurs one minute after maximal exercise. Normal people decrease their heart rates by at least 12 beats per minute (bpm) a minute after stopping maximal exercise. People whose heart rate does not decrease by 12 bpm have an increased risk of cardiac-related death.
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This is also indicated by the improvement in heart rate recovery in the HIIE group compared to the SIE group.
(18.) Myers J, Tan SY, Abella J, Aleti V, Froelicher VF Comparison of the chronotropic response to exercise and heart rate recovery in predicting cardiovascular mortality.
Heart rate and heart rate recovery indices for each recovery condition in athletes and non-athletes are presented in Table 2 as means [+ or -] SD.
On the other hand, heart rate recovery (HRR) following a treadmill-exercise test is an independent predictor of all-cause cardiovascular mortality in the adult population (13-19).
In addition, HIIT is a good opportunity to teach patients about heart rate recovery (HRR), which has been shown to be a powerful indicator of all-cause mortality.
* Abnormal heart rate recovery. Abnormalities in the way that heart rate returns to its normal rate after exercise have been linked to up to a sixfold increased risk of death over a 6-year period in men and women, old and young, and those with and without known coronary artery disease in large studies at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation led by Dr.
* Abnormal heart rate recovery. This has been linked to up to a sixfold increased risk of death over a 6-year period in large studies at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation led by Dr.
(3) have presented their study results implying that heart rate recovery and tricuspid annulus systolic velocity values were lower in patients having higher body mass index.
In a multivariate analysis, heart rate recovery after exercise independently predicted sudden cardiac death.
Heart rate recovery after treadmill electrocardiographic exercise stress test and 24-hour heart rate variability in healthy individuals.