Research Index

Rehabilitation

1989

EFFECT OF SHORT-ACTING NITROGLYCERIN ON HEART RATE: EVALUATION BY A SELF-MONITORING DEVICE
Lahtela J.T., Sotaniemi E.A.; Clinical Research Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Oulu, FinlandBr J Clin Pharmac 28: 605-607, 1989

ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF GAMEFIELD EXERCISES DESIGNED FOR WHEELCHAIR-BOUND PERSONS
Cardus D., Mc Taggart W.G., Ribas-Cardus F., Donovan W.H.; Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USAArch Phys Med Rehabil 70(2): 124-127, 1989

1990

REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN AFTER TOTAL CORRECTION OF TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
Calzolari A., Truchetta A., Biondi G., Drago F., De Ranieri C., Gagliardi G., Giambini I., Giannico S., Kofler A.M., Perrotta F., Santilli A., Vezzoli P., Ragonese P., Marcelletti C.; Servizio di Medicina dello Sport, Ospedale Pedeatrico Bambino Gesu, Rome, ItalyInt J Cardiol 28(2): 151-158, 1990

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEART RATE AND OXYGEN UPTAKE IN THORACIC LEVEL PARAPLEGICS
Bar-On Z.H., Nene A.V.; Midlands Spinal Injuries Unit, Neurological Rehabilitation, Chaim Sheba Medical Centre, Tel-Hashomer, IsraelParaplegia 28(29): 87-95, 1990

THE SPORT-TESTER: A DEVICE FOR EXERCISE MONITORING IN COPD PATIENTS
Swerts P.M.J., Kretzers L.M.J., Mostert R., Verstappen F.T.J., Wouters E.F.M.; Institute for Rehabilitation Research, oensbroek, The NetherlandsJ Rehab Sci 3(2): 56-58, 1990

1992

EXERCISE TRAINING AS A MEDIATOR OF INCREASED EXERCISE PERFORMANCE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
Swerts P.M.J., Kretzers L.M.J., Terpstra-Lindeman E., Verstappen F.T.J., Wouters E.F.M.; Department of Pulmonary Diseases, State University of Limburg, Maastricht, The NetherlandsJ Cardiopulmonary Rehabil 12(3): 188-193, 1992

1994

PHYSICAL STRAIN IN DAILY LIFE OF WHEELCHAIR USERS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES
Janssen T.W.J., Van Oers C.A.J.M., Van der Woude L.H.W., Hollander A.P.; Faculty of Human Movement Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam,The NetherlandsMed Sci Sports Exerc 26(6): 661-670, 1994

THE EFFECT OF LOWER BODY POSITIVE PRESSURE ON THE EXERCISE CAPACITY OF INDIVIDUALS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
Pitetti K.H., Barrett P.J., Campbell K.D., Malzahn D.E.; Departments of Health, Administration and Gerontology, Physical Education and Industrial Engineering, The Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 26(4): 463-468, 1994

1995

ARM CRANK EXERCISE WITH STATIC LEG FNS IN PERSONS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
Phillips W., Burkett L.N.; Stanford Center for Research in Disease Prevention, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(4): 530-535, 1995

CARDIOVASCULAR CHANGES IN LOW INTENSITY CARDIAC REHABILITATION EXERCISE PROGRAMMES: EFFECT OF FREQUENCY
Brodie D.A., Finlayson J.; Department of Movement Science and Physical Education, School of Health Sciences, University of Liverpool, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

EFFECT OF AN ABDOMINAL BINDER DURING WHEELCHAIR EXERCISE
Kerk J.K., Clifford P.S., Snyder A.C., Prieto T.E., O'Hagan K.P., Schot P.K., Myklebust J.B., Myklebust B.M.; Department of Human Kinetics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(7): 913-919, 1995

MAXIMAL AEROBIC EXERCISE OF PERSONS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FOLLOWING A 6-MONTH ENDURANCE TRAINING PROGRAM
Ponichtera-Mulcare J.A., Mathews T., Barrett P.J., Glaser R.M.; Department of Physical Therapy, Andrews University, Dayton VA Medical Center, Wright State University School of Medicine, Dayton, OH, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 27(5): 81, 1995

1996

A COMPARISON OF THREE METHODS OF MEASURING EXERCISE IN A FIELD STUDY
Lampert E., Oyono-Enguelle S., Mettauer B., Freund H., Lonsdorfer J.; Service des Explorations Fonctionnelles Respiratoires et de líExercice, Hopitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, FranceMed Sci Sports Exerc 28(7): 801-807, 1996

HEART RATE MONITORING DURING SUPERVISED BADMINTON IN LOW RISK CARDIAC PATIENTS
Boulay P., Boucher R., Prudíhomme D.; Edmundston Cardiac Rehabilitation Center, Edmundston, New-Brunswick, Québec, CanadaAbstract in The International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress, Dallas, TX, USA, 1996

SHORT ENDURANCE TRAINING IMPROVES LACTATE REMOVAL ABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH HEART TRANSPLANTS
Lampert E., Oyono-Enguelle S., Mettauer B., Freund H., Lonsdorfer J.; Service des Explorations Fonctionnelles Respiratoires et de líExercice, Hopitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, FranceMed Sci Sports Exerc 28(7): 801-807, 1996

1997

A COMPARISON OF THREE METHODS OF MEASURING EXERCISE IN A FIELD STUDY
Moore S.M., Ruland C.M.; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USACirculation 96(8): 1-G, 1997

LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION IN RESPONSE TO THE TRANSITION FROM AEROBIC TO ANAEROBIC METABOLISM
Pokan R., Hofmann P., von Duvillard S.P., Beaufort F., Schumacher M., Fruhwald F.M., Zweiker R., Eber B., Gasser R., Brandt D., Smekal G., Klein W., Schmid P.; Departments of Internal Medicine, Sports Sciences, and Radiology, University of Graz, AustriaMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(8): 1040-1047, 1997

MUSCLE FORCE TRAINING IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE
Karppi S.-L., Pietilä M., Nordblad T., Voipio-Pulkki L.-M., Hämäläinen H.; The Social Insurance Institution, Research and Development Centre, Turku, FinlandAbstract in The XVIth Nordic Congress of Cardiology, Tampere, Finland, 1997

WOMEN'S PATTERNS OF EXERCISE FOLLOWING CARDIAC REHABILITATION
Moore S.M.; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USACirculation 96(8): 1-G, 1997

1998

HEART RATE RESTPONSES TO CHARI AEROBICS IN MALE CARDIAC PATIENTS
Wenaas, Jodi L. M.S.Thesis in University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, USA, 1998

1999

CARDIO-RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO ROWING ERGOMETRY AND TREADMILL EXERCISE SOON AFTER MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Buckley J.P., Davis J.A.S., Simpson T.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(12):1721-1726, 1999

CONTROLLING EXERCISE INTENSITY IN CARDIAC REHABILITATION GROUPS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN TELEMETRICALLY MEASURED AND SELF-PALPATED HEART RATES
Beitat H., Schott H., Bös I.Abstract in Int J Sports Med 20 (Suppl 1):S81, 1999

HEART RATE RESPONSES TO CHAIR AEROBICS IN HEALTHY OLDER WOMEN AND MALE CARDIAC PATIENTS
VandeVoort C.K., Wenaas J.L., Butts N.K.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 31 (Suppl 5):nr 1962, 1999

NEW APPROACH TO CARDIOREHABILITATION: USE OF PERSONALISED PROTOCOLS AND DIFFERENT ERGOMETERS TO INCREASE FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE ISCHEMIC PATIENTS
Padoin E., Della Mea M.T., Morani G., Schena E.Abstract in Proc 4th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Rome Italy, 1999, p 516

OBJECTIVE EFFECTS OF A 6 MONTHS' ENDURANCE AND STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM IN OUTPATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
Delagardelle C., Feiereisen P., Krecké R., Essamri B., Beissel J.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(8):1102-1107, 1999

PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE DURING REHABILITATION IN PERSONS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES
Dallmeijer A.J., van der Woude L.H.V, Hollander P., van As H.H.J.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(9):1330-1335, 1999

2001

IS THE 6 MIN WALK TEST AN ACCEPTABLE MEASURE OF PROGRESSION IN CARDIAC REHABILITATION PROGRAMMES?
Derman E.W., Dreyer L.A., Schwellnus M.P., Noakes T.D.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 1788, 2001

2003

ENDURANCE TRAINING DOES NOT WORSEN REPOLARIZATION ABNORMALITY IN LQT1 SUBTYPE OF LONG QT SYNDROME
Perhonen, M., Haapalahti, P., Kivistö, S., Lauerma, K., Swan, H., Toivanen, L. Circulation, Vol. 108, IV-363: 1695, 2003

2006

A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF SUPERVISED VERSUS UNSUPERVISED EXERCISE PROGRAMS FOR AMBULATORY STROKE SURVIVORS
Olney SJ, Nymark J, Brouwer B, et al.Stroke 37: 476, 2006

EFFECTS OF CONTINOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE ON PULMONARY FUNCTION AND EXERCISE TOLERANCE IN PATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE.
Wittmer VL, Simoes GM, Sogame LC, Vasquez ECChest 130(1): 157-63, 2006

HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND 24-HOUR MINIMUM HEART RATE
Burr RLBiological Research for Nursing 7(4): 256-267, 2006

2007

EFFECTS OF RESIDENTIAL EXERCISE TRAINING ON HEART RATE RECOVERY IN CORONARY ARTERY PATIENTS
Legramante JM, Iellamo F, Massaro M, et al.Am J Physiol 292: H510-H515, 2007

FOUR WEEK´S INTENSIVE REHABILITATION GENERATES SIGNIFICANT HEALTH EFFECTS IN COPD PATIENTS
Skumlien S, Skogedal EA, Bjortuft O, Ryg MSChronic Respiratory Disease 4(1): 5-13, 2007

PHYSIOLOGICAL COST INDEX AS A PROXY MEASURE FOR THE OXYGEN COST OF GAIT IN STROKE PATIENTS
Fredrickson E, Ruff RL, Daly JJNeurorehabil Neural Repair 21(5): 429-434, 2007

SUPERIOR CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECT OF AEROBIC INTERVAL TRAINING VERSUS MODERATE CONTINUOUS TRAINING IN HEART FAILURE PATIENTS. A RANDOMIZED STUDY
Wisløff U, Støylen A, Loennechen JP, et al. Circulation 115(24): 3086-3094, 2007

TREADMILL AEROBIC TRAINING IMPROVES GLUCOSE TOLERANCE AND INDICES OF INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN DISABLED STROKE SURVIVORS. A PRELIMINARY REPORT
Ivey FM, Ryan AS, Hafer-Macko CE, et al.Stroke 38(10): 2752-2758, 2007

2008

ACUTE AEROBIC EXERCISE REDUCES 24-H AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE LEVELS IN LONG-TERM-TREATED HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS
Ciolac EG, Guimarães GV, D'Avila VM, Bortolotto LA, Doria EL, Bocchi EA
Clinics (Sao Paulo) 63(6):753-8, 2008

CARDIORESPIRATORY CAPACITY AFTER WEIGHT-SUPPORTED TREADMILL TRAINING IN PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Mossberg KA, Orlander EE, Norcross JL
Phys Ther 88(1):77-87, 2008

COMBINED ENDURANCE-RESISTANCE TRAINING VS. ENDURANCE TRAINING IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY
Beckers PJ, Denollet J, Possemiers NM, Wuyts FL, Vrints CJ, Conraads VM
Eur Heart J 29(15):1858-66, 2008

EFFICACY OF A NEW REHABILITATIVE DEVICE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
Astorino TA, Tyerman N, Wong K, Harness E
J Spinal Cord Med 31(5):586-91, 2008

HOW MUCH DO THE BENEFITS COST? EFFECTS OF A HOME-BASED TRAINING PROGRAMME ON CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS, QUALITY OF LIFE, PROGRAMME COST AND ADHERENCE FOR PATIENTS WITH CORONARY DISEASE
Salvetti XM, Oliveira JA, Servantes DM, Vincenzo de Paola AA
Clin Rehabil 22(10-11):987-96, 2008

IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE TRAINING SESSION DURATION IN THE REHABILITATION OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE PATIENTS
Hansen D, Dendale P, Berger J, Onkelinx S, Reyckers I, Hermans A, Vaes J, Reenaers V, Meeusen R
Eur J Cardiovasc Prev Rehabil 15(4):453-9, 2008

METABOLIC EQUIVALENTS DURING THE 10-M SHUTTLE WALKING TEST FOR POST-MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS
Woolf-May K, Ferrett D
Br J Sports Med 42(1):36-41, 2008

MODERATE INTENSITY EXERCISE TRAINING REVERSES FUNCTIONAL AEROBIC IMPAIRMENT IN HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS
Hand GA, Phillips KD, Dudgeon WD, William Lyerly G, Larry Durstine J, Burgess SE
AIDS Care 20(9):1066-74, 2008

MUSCULAR STRENGTH AFTER DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRAINING IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE PATIENTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS
Sahlberg M, Svantesson U, Magnusson Thomas E, Andersson BA, Saltin B, Strandvik B
Scand J Med Sci Sports 18(6):756-64, 2008

NORDIC POLES IMMEDIATELY IMPROVE WALKING DISTANCE IN PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION
Oakley C, Zwierska I, Tew G, Beard JD, Saxton JM
Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 36(6):689-94, 2008

PHYSICAL EXERCISE IMPROVES THE FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE
Bocalini DS, dos Santos L, Serra AJ
Clinics (Sao Paulo) 63(4):437-42, 2008

PLANTAR FLEXION: AN EFFECTIVE TRAINING FOR PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE
Wang E, Hoff J, Loe H, Kaehler N, Helgerud J
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(4):749–756, 2008

TRAINING RATHER THAN WALKING: THE TEST IN -TRAIN OUT PROGRAM FOR HOME-BASED REHABILITATION IN PERIPHERAL ARTERIOPATHY
Manfredini F, Malagoni AM, Mascoli F, Mandini S, Taddia MC, Basaglia N, Manfredini R, Conconi F, Zamboni P
Circ J 72(6):946-52, 2008

TRAINING, DETRAINING AND RETRAINING EFFECTS AFTER A WATER-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
Tokmakidis SP, Spassis AT, Volaklis KA
Cardiology 111(4):257-64, 2008

2009

AEROBIC HIGH INTENSITY ONE AND TWO LEGS INTERVAL CYCLING IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE: THE SUM OF THE PARTS IS GREATER THAN THE WHOLE
Bjørgen S, Hoff J, Husby VS, Høydal MA, Tjønna AE, Steinshamn S, Richardson RS, Helgerud J
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(4):501–507, 2009

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PERCEIVED BARRIERS TO EXERCISE IN AMBULANT PEOPLE WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE COMPARED WITH UNAFFECTED CONTROLS
Phillips M, Flemming N, Tsintzas K
Clin Rehabil 23(8):746-55, 2009

BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT DURING AEROBIC EXERCISE: SUBSIDIES FOR CARDIAC REHABILITATION
Furtado EC, Ramos Pdos S, Araújo CG
Arq Bras Cardiol 93(1):45-52, 2009

CIRCULATORY RESPONSE TO A 50-M WALK IN THE CORONARY CARE UNIT IN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME
Dias CM, Maiato AC, Baqueiro KM, Fiqueredo AM, Rosa FW, Pitanga JO, de Souza LI, Guimarães AC
Arq Bras Cardiol 92(2):128-42, 2009

EFFECTS OF NORDIC WALKING TRAINING ON EXERCISE CAPACITY AND FITNESS IN MEN PARTICIPATING IN EARLY, SHORT-TERM INPATIENT CARDIAC REHABILITATION AFTER AN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME -- A CONTROLLED TRIAL
Kocur P, Deskur-Smielecka E, Wilk M, Dylewicz P
Clin Rehabil 23(11):995-1004, 2009

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF DEPRESSED PATIENTS AND THEIR MOTIVATION TO EXERCISE: NORDIC WALKING IN FAMILY PRACTICE
Suija K, Pechter U, Kalda R, Tähepõld H, Maaroos J, Maaroos HI
Int J Rehabil Res 32(2):132-8, 2009

PLANTAR FLEXION TRAINING PRIMES PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE PATIENTS FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN CARDIAC FUNCTION
Helgerud J, Wang E, Mosti MP, Wiggen ØN, Hoff J
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(2):207-215, 2009

THE EFFECTS OF AN EXERCISE PROGRAM IN LEUKEMIA PATIENTS
Battaglini CL, Hackney AC, Garcia R, Groff D, Evans E, Shea T
Integr Cancer Ther 8(2):130-8, 2009

WISE-2005: EFFECT OF AEROBIC AND RESISTIVE EXERCISES ON ORTHOSTATIC TOLERANCE DURING 60 DAYS BED REST IN WOMEN
Guinet P, Schneider SM, Macias BR, Watenpaugh DE, Hughson RL, Le Traon AP, Bansard JY, Hargens AR
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(2):217-227, 2009

2010

COMBINED EXERCISE AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IMPROVES OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE
Gary RA, Dunbar SB, Higgins MK, Musselman DL, Smith AL
J Psychosom Res 69(2): 119–31, 2010

EFFECT OF FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON THE EFFORT AND WALKING SPEED, SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY ACTIVITY, AND METABOLIC RESPONSES IN STROKE SUBJECTS
Sabut SK, Lenka PK, Kumar R, Mahadevappa M
J Electromyogr Kinesiol 20(6): 1170–7, 2010

EFFECTS OF A HIGH-INTENSITY TASK-ORIENTED TRAINING ON GAIT PERFORMANCE EARLY AFTER STROKE: A PILOT STUDY
Outermans JC, van Peppen RPS, Wittink H, Takken T, Kwakkel G
Clin Rehabil 24(11): 979-87, 2010

IN-PATIENT REHABILITATION OF LUNG CANCER PATIENTS—A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
Riesenberg H, Lübbe AS
Support Care Cancer 18(7): 877-82, 2010

LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF A PARTIALLY SUPERVISED CONDITIONIN PROGRAMME IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS
Hebestreit H, Kieser S, Junge S, Ballmann M, Hebestreit A, Schindler C, Schenk T, Posselt H-G, Kriemler S
Eur Respir J 35(3): 578-83, 2010

MAINTAINING PHYSICAL FITNESS OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Beckers PJ, Denollet J, Possemiers NM, Wuyts K, Vrints CJ, Conraads VM
European J Prev Cardiol 17(6): 660-7, 2010

REHABILITATION EFFECT OF SYSTEMATIC EXERCISE ON BREAST CANCER PATIENTS AFTER ADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY
Qiang W-M, Dong F-Q, Yan L, Chen Y-H, Tang L, Jiang Y-Q
Clin Oncol Cancer Res 7(4): 259-64, 2010

2011

A COMPARISON OF HOME AND HOSPITAL-BASED EXERCISE TRAINING IN HEART FAILURE: IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS UPON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL
Cowie A, Thow MK, Granat MH, Mitchell SL
Eur J Prev Cardiol 18(2): 158-66, 2011

A SELF-DIRECTED ADHERENCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE COMPLETING COMBINED AEROBIC AND RESISTANCE EXERCISE TRAINING
Duncan K, Pozehl B, Norman JF, Hertzog M
Appl Nurs Res 24(4): 207–14, 2011

AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING IN ADDITION TO CONVENTIONAL PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Chan CW, Mok NW, Yeung EW
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 92 (10): 1681–5, 2011

DOSE–RESPONSE RELATIONSHIP OF BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY TO INDIVIDUALLY-TAILORED EXERCISE TRAINING IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE
Iellamo F, Manzi V, Caminiti G, Sposato B, Massaro M, Cerrito A, Rosano G, Volterrani M
Int J Cardiol, available online 9 Nov 2011

EFFECTS OF A HOME-BASED WALKING PROGRAM ON PERCEIVED SYMPTOM AND MOOD STATUS IN POSTOPERATIVE BREAST CANCER WOMEN RECEIVING ADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY
Yang C-Y, Tsai J-C, Huang Y-C, Lin C-C
J Adv Nurs 67(1): 158–68, 2011

EFFECTS OF PROGRESSIVE EXERCISE DURING PHASE I CARDIAC REHABILITATION ON THE HEART RATE VARIABILITY OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Santos-Hiss MDB, Melo RC, Neves VR, Hiss FC, Verzola RMM, Silva E, Borghi-Silva A, Porta A, Montano N, Catai AM
Disabil Rehabil 33(10): 835–42, 2011

EXERCISE FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: A SINGLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING THREE EXERCISE INTENSITIES
Collett J, Dawes H, Meaney A, Sackley C, Barker K, Wade D, Izardi H, Bateman J, Duda J, Buckingham E
Mult Scler 17(5): 594-603, 2011

IMPACT OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN OBESE WOMEN AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY
Castello V, Simões RP, Bassi D, Catai AM, Arena R, Borghi-Silva A
Obes Surg 21(11): 1739-49, 2011

REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR INDIVIDUALS ON HIGHLY ACTIVE ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA: A SHORT REPORT
Maharaj SS, Chetty V
Int J Rehabil Res 34(4): 360-5, 2011

2012

AEROBIC INTERVAL TRAINING INCREASES PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE MORE THAN USUAL CARE EXERCISE TRAINING IN MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY
Moholdt T, Aamot IL, Granøien I, Gjerde L, Myklebust G, Walderhaug L, Brattbakk L, Hole T, Graven T, Stølen TO, Amundsen BH, Mølmen-Hansen HE, Støylen A, Wisløff U, Slørdahl SA
Clin Rehabil 26(1): 33–44, 2012

CIRCUIT CLASS THERAPY CAN PROVIDE A FITNESS TRAINING STIMULUS FOR ADULTS WITH SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: A RANDOMISED TRIAL WITHIN AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
Hassett LM, Moseley AM, Whiteside B, Siobhan Barry S, Jones T
J Physiother 58(2): 105-12, 2012

HEART RATE RESPONSE AND FACTORS AFFECTING EXERCISE PERFORMANCE DURING HOME- OR CLASS-BASED REHABILITATION FOR KNEE REPLACEMENT RECIPIENTS: LESSONS FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE
Naylor JM, Ko V
J Eval Clin Pract 18(2): 449–58, 2012

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