exercise test

ex·er·cise test

any test using exercise to determine the patient's physiologic responses, physical condition, or both.

exercise test

Cardiology Any clinical method used to evaluate a person's cardiovascular responsiveness–ie, tolerance–to exercise. See Treadmill exercise test.
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The gold standard method of measuring [VO.sub.2max] is expired gas analysis during an incremental exercise test to exhaustion using a treadmill or cycle ergometer.
Basically, the function of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems is to maintain the cellular respiration and nutrition process, and one way of assessing this function is through the analysis of V[O.sub.2] and the production of carbon dioxide (VC[O.sub.2]), which in turn vary with therefore, the use of a cardiopulmonary exercise test in which V[O.sub.2] and VC[O.sub.2] can be determined directly, ultimately reflects the integrity of these systems as well as their adaptations during exercise (Neto and contributors, 2001).
One approach is to perform a single graded exercise test and determine Fatmax.
Peak Oxygen Consumption During Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test Improves Risk Stratification in Candidates to Major Lung Resection.
Therefore, HR recovery (HRR) after a treadmill exercise test can be a useful clinical parameter to predict cardiovascular mortality along with other parameters of a stress test.
In the first visit, teenage participants performed an exercise test to calculate the exercise intensities reflective of vigorous and moderate intensity exercise.
The study measured the women's cardiovascular fitness based on an exercise test.
For the study published in the journal Neurology, 191 women with an average age of 50 took a bicycle exercise test until they were exhausted to measure their peak cardiovascular capacity.
All participants performed an incremental cycle ergometer exercise test until exhaustion to determine exercise intensities for the subsequent continuous cycle ergometer exercise tests (21).
The aim of the study is to assess the connection between physical capacity measured with exercise test and indicator of early vascular changes, increased matrix metalloproteinase (MMP), and its inhibitor activity, in clinically healthy women in postmenopausal period.
Jensen, "Physiological and perceptual responses to incremental exercise testing in healthy men: effect of exercise test modality," Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, vol.
In 1967, at 54 years of age, the 792 men did an exercise test. Of those, 656 men also did a maximum exercise test in which they pushed themselves to the limit.