Principles of exercise testing and interpretation including pathophysiology and clinical applications englisch gebundene ausgabe 28 november 2011 von kathy sietsema herausgeber karlman wasserman autor james e hansen autor 46 von 5 sternen 16 sternebewertungen. Now in its revised updated third edition this volume provides both the conceptual basis and the practical tools for using exercise testing as part of the cardiorespiratory workup the coverage ranges from extensive discussions of the pathophysiology of exercise limiting disorders to testing protocols normal values principles of interpretation clinical applications and case presentations. Interpretation is covered in the chapters on normal values principles clinical applications and case presentations relationships between oxygen uptake v o 2 and work rate and v o 2 and carbon dioxide output v co 2 graphic approaches to identification of the anaerobic threshold are well discussed and are approached from a variety of perspectives in these . Description since the third edition of principles of exercise testing and interpretation was published in 1999 there have been important advances in the area of cardiopulmonary exercise testing and interpretation. Principles of exercise testing and interpretation exercise testing is usually thought of as only cardiovascular testing but as this text makes clear exercise testing involves interpretation of the patients lung function breathing mechanics cardiac status and also the overall fitness status
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