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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All parameters were significantly higher at the moderate exercise test than at the low exercise test.
The exercise physiologist then performed a graded, exercise test with the participant to establish baseline functional capacity.
CHIGAGO -- A person's history was better than an exercise test for predicting death in the ensuing 3 years in people without documented coronary artery disease in a study of 374 people.
The electrocardiographic exercise test in a population with reduced workup bias: diagnostic performance, computerized interpretation, and multivariable prediction.
The Novatron system is being evaluated as part of the Pentagon Shield II Exercise test program and if successful, additional systems could be installed.
After obtaining local ethics approval and informed consent, 15 healthy subjects performed an incremental exercise test to volitional fatigue using the Bruce protocol.
Six-minute walking testing (6MWT) has been suggested as simple and valid exercise test in COPD that is well tolerated, and reflective of activities of daily living.
In a study of 7746 French male civil servants, published in Europe's leading cardiology journal, the European Heart Journal, the researchers found that men whose heart rate increased the most during mild mental stress just before an exercise test had twice the risk of dying of a sudden heart attack in later life than men whose heart rate did not increase as much.
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.
The study measured the women's cardiovascular fitness based on an exercise test.
The submaximal exercise test measured mitochondrial function under submaximal conditions that reflect exertion levels during normal activities of daily living.
The submaximal exercise test estimates a person's aerobic capacity based on the assumption that a linear relationship exists between oxygen uptake ([[?