Which is the best parameter of submaximal cardiopulmonary exercise testing?
Aged Men Experience Disturbances in Recovery Following Submaximal Exercise
The haemodynamic response to submaximal exercise during isovolaemic haemodialysis
Systolic Blood Pressure Reactivity During Submaximal Exercise and Acute Psychological Stress in Youth
Currently, children with congenital heart disease are not limited in their submaximal exercise performance
Cardiac output does not limit submaximal exercise capacity in patients with chronic heart failure
Submaximal exercise gas exchange is an important prognostic tool to predict adverse outcomes in heart failure
Relative Heart Rate, Heart Rate Reserve, and Vo2 During Submaximal Exercise in the Elderly
Hormonal Responses to Maximal and Submaximal Exercise in Trained and Untrained Men of Various Ages
DOES SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE TESTING PREDICT CHANGES IN AEROBIC CAPACITY IN MID-LIFE ADULTS?
231. The Submaximal Siconolfi Step Test Reliably Estimates Cardiorespiratory Fitness Levels in Patients with Axial Spondyloarthropathy
Early recovery of oxygen kinetics after submaximal exercise test predicts functional capacity in patients with chronic heart failure
Submaximal early exercise test compared to clinical findings for evaluation of short- and long-term prognosis after the first myocardial infarction
1117 Mitral and tissue Doppler evaluation of diastolic filling response during rest and submaximal exercise in trained and untrained subjects
Assessing the effect of exercise training in men with heart failure. Comparison of maximal, submaximal and endurance exercise protocols
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