cardiopulmonary

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cardiopulmonary

[¦kärd·ē·ō′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the heart and lungs.
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1,2] The role of large blood vessels in the regulation of cardiorespiratory parameters is well established, but the role of medium-sized peripheral blood vessel in this regard is not known yet.
Studies have shown that high levels of cardiorespiratory fitness in young adults is associated with a lower risk of having calcification in the coronary arteries and prevents the development of early atherosclerotic vascular disease.
Previous studies have shown that there's a relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness and behavioral performance in older adults.
For this reason, barometric pressure should always be considered in studies of air pollution and cardiorespiratory hospitalization/mortality to evaluate whether there is confounding or effect modification of the air pollutant estimates.
In all models, gender, residential zone (rural and urban areas) and cardiorespiratory fitness were classified at low and high levels for health.
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between subjective health assessment and cardiorespiratory fitness.
In this context, ACE genotype II is predominant in elite athletes that require high cardiorespiratory capacity, such as rowers (10, 11), long distance runners (12, 13), long distance swimmers (13), ironman triathletes (14) and climbers (15, 16).
Currently, there are no studies that have investigated the impact of performing HIIT one day per week with the combination of CMIET on cardiorespiratory fitness.
Washington, July 8 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that sedentary behaviors may lower cardiorespiratory fitness levels.
current lifestyle provides for individual health, of which the leading factor is the state of the cardiorespiratory
Measurement of blood pressure and cardiorespiratory fitness (VO2 max) are the two most important parameters to assess cardiovascular functions of an individual.