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Exercise

To put into action, practice, or force; to make use of something, such as a right or option.

To exercise dominion over land is to openly indicate absolute possession and control.

To exercise discretion is to choose between doing and not doing something, the decision being based on sound judgment.

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Reliability and accuracy of exercise tolerance test in the diagnosis of coronary heart disease.
To be eligible for inclusion, studies must have examined the effect of water-based activity on exercise tolerance and HRQOL in patients with CHF.
(38), (12) In addition, the present findings are similar to findings from Clark et al (12) and Sullivan and Hawthorne (39) of individuals with systolic HF, where reduced knee extensor muscle strength (measured isokinetically) was related to decreased exercise tolerance (measured by peak oxygen consumption).
They are often used to quantify the changes in exercise tolerance after an intervention [4].
Exercise tolerance test is done to assess Coronary artery disease.11 It indirectly reflects arterial blood flow to the heart during physical exercise.
At the end of 4 weeks, exercise tolerance test was performed.
Additionally, patients treated with high dose MYDICAR improved significantly in their heart failure symptoms, their exercise tolerance, serum biomarkers and cardiac function.
A slow but steady increase in exercise tolerance shows that one is getting closer to resuming normal activities.
Major symptoms are shortness of breath, fatigue, and reduced exercise tolerance. It can develop for several reasons, including a weakened heart muscle from previous heart attacks, chemotherapy or infections, valvular heart disease, and longstanding hypertension.
"It refers to the function of the heart and lungs and the ability to get oxygen to the large muscle groups." CRF is typically measured during an exercise tolerance or stress test, in which a patient is hooked up to an electrocardiograph while he or she walks on a treadmill or rides a stationary bike.
Pulmonary rehabilitation may benefit patients with COPD due to improvements in exercise tolerance, dyspnea, and quality of life.