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Increased oxygen uptake and utilization in the peripheral muscles, rather than cardiac function reserve, may be determinants of increased peak VO2 by cardiac rehabilitation in heart failure

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Doctor Hitomi Hasegawa

Osaka Medical College, Takatsuki (Japan)
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28 August - 1 September 2020

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