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Persistence of impaired chronotropic responses after the completion of phase II cardiac rehabilitation predicts a poor long-term cardiovascular prognosis

Topic: Cardiovascular rehabilitation: interventions and outcomes

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Doctor Mariko Ehara

Nagoya Heart Center, Nagoya (Japan)
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Poster session 4 - Cardiovascular rehabilitation

Speakers: Doctor M. Ehara, Mr A. Aoyama, Doctor J. Murrow, Doctor D. Simonovic, Professor J. Nicolau...

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ESC Congress 2017

26 August - 30 August 2017

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