Exercise Blood Pressure Guidelines: Time to Re-evaluate What is Normal and Exaggerated?

Volume: 48, Issue: 8, Pages: 1763 - 1771
Published: Mar 24, 2018
Abstract
Blood pressure responses to graded exercise testing can provide important diagnostic and prognostic information. While published guidelines outline what constitutes a null and null (i.e., exaggerated) blood pressure response to exercise testing, the widespread use of exaggerated blood pressure responses as a clinical tool is limited due to sparse and inconsistent data. A review of the original sources from these guidelines reveals an overall...
Paper Details
Title
Exercise Blood Pressure Guidelines: Time to Re-evaluate What is Normal and Exaggerated?
Published Date
Mar 24, 2018
Volume
48
Issue
8
Pages
1763 - 1771
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