alexa Evaluation of chronic cardiac failure by Cardiopulmonary exercise testing

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Evaluation of chronic cardiac failure by Cardiopulmonary exercise testing

The heart, lungs and hemoglobin forms the body's gaseous transport system, linking to supply of O2 and elimination of CO2 in atmosphere. Chronic cardiac failure (CCF) may be defined as a physiological term that circumstance in which the heart fails to provide tissue with O2 at a rate commensurate with aerobic requirements such as during stressed conditions. The monitoring of these respiratory gases during exercise, is referred as cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CAR-PET), which can be used to assess heart and lung function in patients with cardiovascular or lung disease or both. It is a noninvasive means to determine aerobic capacity and anaerobic threshold during incremental exercise providing measure of the severutyof failure, functional status of the patient and heart’s pump reserve.

http://www.ajconline.org/article/0002-9149(85)90792-1/abstract

 

 

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