Modulation of Peak Aerobic Capacity by the Peripheral Circulation During the Course of The Syndrome of Congestive Heart Failure View Full Text


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DATE

1996

AUTHORS

Thierry H. Lejemtel , Marco Testa , Raffaele Fanelli

ABSTRACT

A reliable multipurpose measurement of maximal physical performance is not available in normal subjects or patients with left ventricular (LV) systolic dysfunction/congestive heart failure (CHF), since maximal physical performance depends on the task at hand. Thus, although general indices of cardiopulmonary reserve are extremely helpful to measure the level of physical fitness, they do not predict physical performance for a each specific activity. To be reliable, a quantitative assessment should be specifically obtained for activity, an approach that is highly cumbersome in describing the physical profile of a given individual. When concerned with aerobic activities, measurement of maximal oxygen consumption, i.e., max VO2 (ml/kg/min) can be considered as good an index as any to predict maximal performance of normal subjects. Determination of max VO2 is rarely obtained in patients with LV systolic dysfunction/CHF, since symptoms preclude patients from reaching a true plateau in VO2. Nevertheless, patients with LV systolic dysfunction/CHF reach a peak VO2, which is a semiobjective index of cardiac and vascular reserve. More... »

PAGES

551-556

Book

TITLE

Pathophysiology of Heart Failure

ISBN

978-1-4612-8525-0
978-1-4613-1235-2

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