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Phvsical self-esteem across four ~hases of a cardiac rehabilitation Program.
The purpose of this study was to investigate physical self-esteem across the four phases of cardiac rehabilitation. A total of 32 subjects between the ages of 55-75 (M = 22, F = l0), 2 in Phase I, 7 in Phase II, 4 in ...
The relationship between heart rate and rate of perceived exertion among phase II cardiac rehabilitation patients with various modes of exercise
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between heart rate (HR) and rate of perceived exertion (RPE) among phase II cardiac rehabilitation patients with various modes of exercise. 100 subjects were ...
The efficacy of continuous ECG monitoring among low, intermediate, and high risk phase II cardiac rehabilitation patients
Continuous electrocardiographic (CECG) monitoring is commonly used in Phase II cardiac rehabilitation programs to detect complications resulting from exercise. It has been suggested that high risk cardiac patients are ...