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Event : ESC Congress 2013
Topic : Other
Discussant: beneficial effects of exercise training.
ESC Congress 2013
Effect of chronic exercise and ATP-sensitive potassium channel blockade on the spectral characteristics evolution of ventricular fibrillation in acute regional ischemia
Creatine supplementation associated with resistance training shows antioxidant effects in rats
Effects of chronic physical exercise on the electrical activation of myocardium during ventricular fibrillation. Study of the involvement of intrinsic cholinergic neurons. An experimental research.
Who should we target for exercise training in different left ventricular dysfunction groups?
One year of high-intensity interval training improves exercise capacity, but not systemic arterial function in stable heart transplant recipients
Association between cardiorespiratory fitness and ventilatory efficiency in patients with coronary artery disease: effect of aerobic exercise training
Influence of intensity of dynamic training on HSP70 expression by peripheral blood mononuclear cells from patients with chronic heart failure: a randomized controlled trial
Should chronically occluded right coronary artery be recanalized?
Referral and results of exercise training after hospitalisation for heart failure: a comparison with patients after acute coronary syndrome or cardiac surgery
Respiratory muscle trainings as a way of physical rehabilitation for old patients with complicated myocardial infarction
New model of home telemonitored nordic walking training in heart failure patients also those with cardiovascular implantable electronic devices:safety,effectiveness, adherence-randomized control study
Genetic components of exercise tolerance, endothelial and autonomic function and their changes by exercise training in patients with coronary artery disease.
Exercise training could reduce inflammatory activity of visceral fat in overweight women
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