Cardiovascular Responses and Cardiac Work of Selected Daily Activities in Young Healthy Indian Participants.

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Summary of "Cardiovascular Responses and Cardiac Work of Selected Daily Activities in Young Healthy Indian Participants."

Studies suggest that habitual daily activities may result in significant cardiovascular responses that might have implications for individuals with coronary artery disease. This study determined the cardiac work for various activities of daily living among healthy young participants.


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Name: Complementary medicine research
ISSN: 2504-2106
Pages: 1-8


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