exercise tolerance


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ex·er·cise tol·er·ance

(eks'ĕr-sīz tol'ĕr-ăns)
The point at which a participant in a physical activity attains the limit of acceptable effort before succumbing to weariness.

exercise tolerance

The amount of physical activity that can be done under supervision before exhaustion.
See also: tolerance
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Value of exercise tolerance testing in evaluation of diabetic patients presented with atypical chest discomfort.
In normal diastolic function cases, who developed E/A reversal post exercise also showed reduced exercise tolerance. Limitations of this study is sample population is small and they were predominantly low risk group for coronary artery disease.
Therefore, the aim of this study was to systematically review the literature to determine the effects of hydrotherapy programmes on exercise tolerance and quality of life in patients with CHF.
Prior to that, they were asked to indicate their current exercise tolerance according to the scoring matrix.
They shun hostilities and acrimonies, and exercise tolerance as they perform the Haj rituals.
Effects of L-carnitine on exercise tolerance in patients with stable angina pectoris.
Prior studies have shown that being physically active is protective against cancer, but this study is unique because it looked at a very specific marker --cardiorespiratory fitness as measured by maximal exercise tolerance testing, Dr.
Prior studies have shown that being physically active is protective against cancer, but this study is unique because it looked at a very specific marker--cardiorespiratory fitness as measured by maximal exercise tolerance testing, Dr.
Similarly, oral administration of l-carnitine for 12 weeks significantly improved the exercise tolerance of patients with effort angina.
The researchers followed 10,043 patients at two VA Medical Centers who had undergone exercise tolerance tests.
We will first discuss the concept of the minimal important difference (MID) since its understanding is crucial to place the magnitude of improvement in exercise tolerance following a given intervention into perspective.

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