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Ito S

Division of Cardiology, Sankuro Hospital, 7-80 Kosaka-cho, Toyota-shi, Aichi-ken, 471-0035, Japan

Biography

Dr Shigenori Ito completed his M.D. from Nagoya City University, Japan in 1984 and PhD from Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Japan in 1994. He worked at affiliations of Nagoya City University from 1984-1996 as a cardiologist.  He was a research scientist at the Washington (DC) Hospital Center (Interventional Cardiology) from 1996-1998.  He worked at Nagoya City University as an instructor (1998-2001). He was a director at the Division of Cardiology, Toyohashi Heart Center (2001-2004) and Nagoya City East Medical Center (2005-2015).

Publications

Current Aspects of High-Intensity Interval Training for Patients with Cardiac Disease

As an exercise training protocol in comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation, time-efficient high-intensity interval training (HIIT) has been investigated other than guideline based moderate-intensity continuous training. The scientific background of this protocol is that higher intensity exercise works to yield more improvement in aerobic and metaboli... Read More»

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Mini Review: J Card Pulm Rehabil 2017, 1: 110

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