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Exercise Training Effects in Patients With Heart Failure

Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a common syndrome characterized by several central hemodynamic and peripheral vascular and muscle abnormalities including autonomic imbalance, neuro-hormonal over-activation and decreased oxidative status. In patients suffering from CHF, exercise confers several beneficial effects on the cardiovascular and peripheral systems, mainly by continuous aerobic training. However, interval aerobic training has also been validated as an alternate form of ...

Interval Training in Heart Failure

Heart failure (HF) is currently considered a common pathology, with 15 million adults in Europe and 26 million worldwide. The American Heart Association (AHA) estimates that their number will increase by 25% by 2030. In France, HF affects more than one million people. Because of the repeated hospitalizations of this disease, it is considered a costly pathology and with a high mortality rate (23.000 deaths per year in France). Moreover, HF is a severe pathology that affects the ...

Cardiovascular Prehabilitation in Patients Awaiting Heart Transplantation (PREHAB HTx Study)

This study evaluates the addition of high-intensity interval training to the standard pre-heart transplantation clinical care. Participants will be randomised into 2 arms: one arm will receive high-intensity interval training, and the other arm will be encouraged to remain physically active, although they do not participate in a regular structured exercise training program.

The SMARTEX Heart Failure Study

This protocol describes a randomized multicenter clinical trial designed to test the hypothesis that a 12-week program of aerobic interval training (AIT) yields larger beneficial effects in stable heart failure patients than current practice, defined as either a similar training program with the same volume of moderate continuous training (MCT) or a recommendation of regular exercise at moderate intensity at individual choice (RRE).

High Intensity Interval Training Versus Moderate Continuous Training in Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

The purpose of this study is to determine whether high intensity interval training (HIIT) is superior to moderate continuous training in increasing cardiopulmonary capacity in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction patients.

High-intensity Interval Training in Heart Failure Patients With Preserved Ejection Fraction

This study investigates the effects of a 12-week high-intensity interval training (HIT) on exercise tolerance, functional status and quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), in comparison to a control group continuing to undergo usual care.

The Effect of Two Exercise Training Protocols on Physiological and Biochemical Parameters in Congestive Heart Failure

The aim of the present study is to evaluate differential lactate removal kinetics in heart failure patients that are trained according to 2 different exercise protocols: (A) High intensity intervals training (HIT); (B) Continuous moderate aerobic training (MAT)

Exercise Training in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation (OPPORTUNITY Study)

Atrial fibrillation is the most common heart rhythm disorder. The management of atrial fibrillation is of great importance. Despite the presence of exercise intolerance, weight gain, and an associated decline in overall health and well-being in patients living with atrial fibrillation, recommended standard care does not currently include the prescription of exercise to address these significant health issues. Exercise training is a recognized form of treatment of persons with h...

High Intensity Interval Training vs Moderate Intensity and Continuous Training in Chronic Heart Failure

Purpose: Exaggerated sympathetic nervous system (SNS) activity associated with low heart rate variability (HRV) is considered as a trigger of cardiac arrhythmias and sudden death. Regular exercise training is efficient to improve autonomic balance. In 2013, the investigators published that a single session of an optimized short-high intensity interval exercise with passive recovery (HIIT) protocol was efficient in chronic heart failure (CHF) patients for enhancing vagal tone an...


Imminently Effect of Interval Training With High Intensity (HIT) After Heart Transplantation

High intensity Interval training (HIT) has repeatedly been documented to have superior positive effects on oxygen uptake and general physical health compared to continuous moderate exercise in healthy individuals and patients with heart disease. Recently, the same effect has been shown in heart transplanted recipients. Which mechanisms that explains this difference is uncertain; the effect can be due to changes in the heart or changes in the peripheral tissue and muscles. To ex...

High-Intensity Exercise Training in Patients With Post-Infarction Heart Failure

Introduction: Moderate-intensity endurance-training is known to reduce symptoms, increase exercise tolerance, and improve quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure. The training benefits have mainly been attributed to adaptations in the peripheral circulation and skeletal muscle rather than to adaptations in cardiac performance. However attenuation of left ventricular (LV) remodelling has been documented in some studies. The effects of high- vs. moderate exercise-i...

High Intensity Interval Training in 1% or 10% Slope

The objective was to determine the effect of six running sessions of high intensity interval training (HIIT) at 1% and 10% incline on VO2max, peak of velocity (VPeak), and time limit of 1% (TLim1%) and 10% (TLim10%) of inclination, as well as the influence of the specificity of training on performance in the different inclines.

The Fun & Functional Interval Training Randomized Clinical Trial

In this study the investigators utilized a novel hybrid HIIT (high intensity interval training) exercise training approach, the Fun and Functional Interval Training (FFIT) workout that combines interval training, resistance exercise training and functional training in order to test the hypothesis that FFIT will be able to: i) reduce body mass, ii) improve body composition and iii) alter energy balance, of previously inactive, overweight/obese women.

Exercise Training in Patients With Heart Failure and Permanent Atrial Fibrillation

The positive effect of physical training in patients with heart failure (HF) has been increasingly established. However, the presence of atrial fibrillation (AF), mainly in its permanent form, makes the clinical condition of the patients more compromised.

Aerobic Interval Training in Cardiac Rehabilitation

The purpose of the study is to compare home-based aerobic interval training with supervised interval training performed in groups or on a treadmill at the hospital.

Periodized Aerobic Interval Training in Metabolic Syndrome

Autonomic disfunction present in metabolic syndrome subjects is related by a greater vulnerability of the heart and risk of cardiovascular events. In this context, aerobic interval training has been highlighted by its easy applicability and benefits effects in autonomic modulation in different populations. Therefore the studies that use de aerobic interval training in this different populations didn't realize a periodization of training with preparatory periods with progressive...

Clinical Value of Heart Rate Variability Indexes to Predict Outcomes After Exercise Training in Chronic Heart Failure

Controlled exercise training is a valuable therapeutic addition to pharmacological treatment in most patients with chronic heart failure, reducing long-term mortality, preventing cardiac remodeling and improving functional capacity. Despite the mechanism underlying its benefits might be multifactorial, a sustained improvement in autonomic balance is usually attributed as a major effect. Nevertheless, not all eligible subjects show the same response to exercise, probably due to ...

ReachPR Trial Resynchronization Therapy in Heart Failure Patients With Prolonged PR Interval

Rationale: Prolongation of the electrocardiographic PR interval (PR interval > 200ms; also known as first-degree atrioventricular block) is frequently encountered in clinical practice and is generally considered as a benign sign. However, there is increasing evidence that a prolonged PR interval results in poor hemodynamic performance with elevated left ventricular (LV) end-diastolic pressures evidenced by diastolic mitral regurgitation. Previous studies have also associated a ...

Community Pharmacy Medication Therapy Management for Heart Failure

Pharmacist-provided medication therapy management (MTM) services have been suggested as a way to improve heart failure (HF) outcomes and counter fragmented care. Nevertheless, broad implementation of MTM services, especially for HF, has not occurred. Therefore, the investigators propose a community engagement pilot study to evaluate the feasibility of 1) training of community pharmacists to perform MTM for HF patients by the University of Rhode Island (URI) Faculty and Brown Un...

High-intensity Interval Training After Stroke

Aerobic conditioning is very important after stroke as it may reduce the risk of subsequent stroke and overall mortality. High-intensity interval training (HIIT), in which aerobic training workload is varied between lower and higher intensity bouts within a training session, is known to be effective for maximizing aerobic capacity in healthy individuals and those with cardiac disease. HIIT has not been studied extensively in adults with stroke, but it could be an efficient way ...

Leipzig Exercise Intervention in Chronic Heart Failure and Aging

In both ageing and heart failure progressive exercise intolerance is observed. The Leipzig Exercise Intervention in Chronic heart failure and Aging (LEICA) study aims to investigate how aerobic short-term training interventions affect exercise capacity, left ventricular systolic and diastolic function, biomarkers of heart failure, skeletal muscle metabolism, and endothelial function in chronis heart failure patients (CHF-patients) and healthy subjects (HS) in two different age ...

Role of Exercise in Diastolic Heart Failure

Diastolic heart failure is now being recognized as a key form of heart failure in older people. The focus of this research is to study ways to improve and maintain physical activity and functioning. This knowledge may improve the health and well-being in people with diastolic heart failure.

Training Study to Evaluate the Benefit of Exercise for Patients With Chronic Heart Failure

The study investigates the safety and effectiveness of a 12 week endurance training program for patients with chronic heart failure

Physical Training in Transposition of the Great Arteries

In transposition patients after atrial switch operation, the morphological right ventricle serves as the systemic ventricle. These patients often develop signs of heart failure. It is not known, whether physical training can safely be recommended in these patients- like heart failure guidelines recommend training in patients with normal anatomy. Furthermore it is not known, whether these TGA-patients benefit from training with respect to cardiopulmonary exercise capacity.

“ALOFT – Aliskiren Observation of Heart Failure Treatment”: Efficacy and Safety of Aliskiren Added on Top of Standard Therapy in Adults (≥ 18 Years) With Stable Heart Failure

This study was designed to determine if patients, who have both high blood pressure and heart failure and are currently receiving drug treatment for heart failure, have an improvement in their heart failure signs and symptoms and other indicators of heart failure after being treated with aliskiren on top of their current heart failure treatment. Aliskiren is an investigational drug; its safety will also be evaluated in this trial.

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