cardiopulmonary

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cardiopulmonary

[¦kärd·ē·ō′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the heart and lungs.
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2]max is a measure of the functional limit of cardiorespiratory system and single most valid index of maximal exercise capacity.
It is, however, useful to see the inclusion of assessment of neuromuscular aspects of assessment of patients with cardiorespiratory problems, such as reflex, dermatome and myotome assessment.
When comparing the 78 participants with diabetes and cardiorespiratory fitness data to the 217 participants with diabetes but without cardiorespiratory fitness data, those without cardiorespiratory fitness data were older (mean = 40.
Cardiorespiratory fitness did not significantly reduce prostate cancer risk, but the risk of dying was significantly lower among men with prostate, lung, or colorectal cancer if they were more fit in middle age (P less than .
Cardiorespiratory fitness could account for 71% of the variability in mortality during follow-up.
In order to improve cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness, bone health, reduce the risk of NCDs and depression adults aged 18-64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or an equivalent combination of moderate-and vigorous-intensity activity.
However, studies analyzing an association between cardiorespiratory fitness and different measures of body-composition in this population are scarce.
2] max (an indicator of cardiorespiratory endurance), body mass index (BMI) had less effect on body dissatisfaction than in those with a lower [VO.
The test found cardiorespiratory fitness declined significantly in boys (7%) and girls (9%) over the decade.
The conclusion was that muscular strength is inversely and independently associated with death from all causes and cancer in men, even after adjusting for cardiorespiratory fitness and other potential confounders.
But he added: "He died of cardiorespiratory arrest following illicit use of drugs.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Women's risk of developing type 2 diabetes is significantly increased as a result of either low cardiorespiratory fitness or higher body mass index (BMI), and a combination of the two increases the risk the most, according to a long-term study presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).