Thoroughly updated in its Fourth Edition, this exceptional resource is the most comprehensive, current text on the physiology and pathophysiology of exercise testing available. It is the only reference to address those disorders that can be diagnosed only through cardiopulmonary exercise testing. In this book readers will find: comprehensive presentation addressing cardiovascular, metabolic, and respiratory responses to exercise - in both health and disease states; principles and rationale behind exercise testing, commonly used testing protocols, guidelines for normal and abnormal values, and tips for accurate interpretation of test results; normal test values for a range of patient groups -including children, over - and underweight patients, and the elderly; more than 80 case histories, each accompanied by exercise physiology results, highlight differential diagnosis by applying basic physiological concepts to real-world examples; and coverage of disorders that can be diagnosed only through cardiopulmonary exercise testing.New to the Fourth Edition contains: new chapter covering regulation of arterial and mixed venous blood gases; new nine-panel graphic array illustrating critical aspects of exercise testing;and updated flow charts to help with clinical interpretation and differential diagnosis.
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Descripción Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Fourth. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0781748763
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Descripción Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Exercise Testing and Interpretation: An OverviewWhy Measure Gas Exchange to EvaluateCardiovascular Function and Cellular Respiration?Cardiac Stress Test and Pulmonary StressTest: Nomenclature and FallaciesCell Respiration and BioenergeticsNormal Coupling of External to Cellular RespirationQuantifying State and Time Course of Cellular Respiration from Measurements Of External RespirationPatterns of Change in External Respiration (O2 Uptake and CO2 Output)as Related to Function, Fitness and DiseaseFactors Limiting ExerciseFatigueDyspneaPainEvidence of Systemic Dysfunction Uniquely Revealed by Integrative Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing2. Physiology of ExerciseSkeletal MuscleMechanical Properties and Fiber TypesEnergeticsOxygen Cost of WorkWork EfficiencyVO2 Non-Steady StateLactate IncreaseLactate Increase as Related to Work RateLactate Increase as Related to TimeLactate Increase in Response to Increasing Work RateMechanisms of Lactate IncreaseBuffering the Exercise-induced Lactic AcidosisThe Anaerobic Threshold (AT) ConceptIdentifying AT by Gas ExchangeAltered Physiological Responses to Exercise Above the ATAnaerobic, Lactate and Lactic Acidosis ThresholdsMetabolic-Cardiovascular-Ventilatory CouplingCellular Respiration and High Energy Phosphate RegenerationCardiovascular Coupling to Metabolism: Muscle O2 SupplyVentilatory Coupling to MetabolismEffect of Dietary SubstrateControl of BreathingOverviewAcid-Base RegulationPhysical FactorsReflexes Regulating Breathing During ExerciseGas Exchange KineticsOxygen Uptake KineticsCO2 Output Kinetics3. Measurements During Integrative CardiopulmonaryExercise TestingWhat is an Integrative Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test?When Should Integrative Cardiopulmonary ExerciseTesting Be Used?MeasurementsElectrocardiogramMaximal Oxygen Uptake (VO2max) MaximumOxygen Uptake (Peak VO2)Oxygen Uptake and Work RatePattern of Work Rate Increase and the VO2 ResponseUpward Displacement of VO2 as A Function of Work RateCardiac Output and Stroke VolumeAnaerobic (Lactate, Lactic Acidosis) Threshold (AT, LT, LAT)Heart Rate-Oxygen Uptake Relationship and Heart Rate ReserveOxygen Pulse (VO2/HR) and Stroke VolumeArterial Blood PressureBreathing ReserveExpiratory Flow PatternTests of Uneven VA/QArterial Bicarbonate and Acid-Base ResponseTidal Volume/Inspiratory Capacity Ratio (VT/IC)Measurements Unique to Constant Work Rate Exercise TestingData Display and Interpretation4. Pathophysiology of Disorders Limiting ExerciseObesityPeripheral Arterial DiseasesHeart DiseaseCoronary Artery DiseaseMyopathic Heart DiseaseValvular Heart DiseaseCongenital Heart DiseasePulmonary Vascular DiseasesCauses of Increased VentilationCauses of Exercise Arterial HypoxemiaEffect on Systemic HemodynamicsVentilatory DisordersObstructive Lung DiseasesRestrictive Lung DiseasesChest Wall (Respiratory Pump) DisordersDefects in Hemoglobin Content and QualityAnemiaLeft-shifted Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation CurveCarboxyhemoglobinemia and Cigarette SmokingChronic Metabolic AcidosisMuscle Disorders and Endocrine AbnormalitiesPsychogenic Causes of Exercise Limitation and DyspneaAnxietyPoor Effort and Manipulated Exercise PerformanceCombinations of Defects5. Clinical Exercise TestingExercise Laboratory and EquipmentGeneral (Laboratory) EnvironmentMeasuring Gas ExchangeMeasurement of Volume, Flow Rate, or VentilationBreathing Valves, Mouthpieces, and MasksGas AnalyzersErgometers: Treadmills and CycleElectrocardiogram and Systemic Blood PressureOximetry, Blood Sampling, and Arterial CathetersData Sampling and ComputationValidation and MaintenancePreparing for the Exercise TestRequesting the Test and Notifying the PatientThe Patient in the Exercise LaboratoryPerforming the Exercise TestIncremental Exercise Test to Symptom-Limit MaximumConstant Work Rate Exercise TestsTreadmill Test for Detecting Myocardial IschemiaArm ErgometryOther Tests Suitable for Fitness or Serial EvaluationsPrep. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0781748763
Descripción Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0781748763