cardiopulmonary

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cardiopulmonary

[¦kärd·ē·ō′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the heart and lungs.
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We know that as people age, executive function declines, so we found that with higher cardiorespiratory fitness, you can enhance executive function performance behaviorally as well as executive function-related brain activation.
Given all of the above, the book is a very useful addition to the cardiorespiratory physiotherapy genre and will make a good addition to the student/ junior physiotherapist's library, especially given its relatively low cost.
Having a normal body weight and health behaviours such as going to the gym, engaging in leisure time physical activity, and riding a bike to school most strongly predicted cardiorespiratory fitness for both boys and girls, but this association was generally stronger for boys.
Metabolic equivalents (METs) were used to record the men's cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and to place them into five CRF quintiles.
The overall mean (SD) HR response to 30 minutes of Wii boxing for the group was 143 (15) bpm, representing a mean cardiorespiratory response of 77.
Two English studies now show that English children's cardiorespiratory fitness is falling at twice the predicted global average rate," they wrote.
However, it is noteworthy that this improvement in cardiorespiratory fitness was associated with relatively low volumes of exercise.
The researchers examined the effect of different levels of physical activity on cardiorespiratory fitness in 464 postmenopausal women (mean age 57 years) who had high blood pressure and were sedentary, overweight, or obese.
of Edinburgh) discuss the investigation, treatment, and characteristics of cardiorespiratory diseases in dogs and cats in this text for veterinary practitioners and undergraduates.
James Women Take Heart Project suggests that as part of a primary cardiovascular prevention strategy, physicians ought to routinely assess cardiorespiratory fitness in asymptomatic women who meet criteria for the metabolic syndrome (MS).
If you do need to lose weight, it is important to include cardiorespiratory exercise, weight training and healthy eating in moderation in your weight-loss program.