The Anatolian Journal of Cardiology 2022
DOI: 10.5152/anatoljcardiol.2021.215
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Effect of resistance added on aerobic training on autonomic function in cardiac patients

Abstract: INTRODUCTIONChronic heart failure (CHF) is the final stage of heart disease and one of the important reasons for morbidity and mortality globally (1, 2). The overall prevalence of HF is 1%-2% and increases with age, and therefore, is more than 10% in patients over 70-years (3).CHF is a complex clinical syndrome with the left ventricle unable to fill with or eject blood owing to structural or functional impairment. Coronary artery diseases (CAD) and hypertension are two important causes of HF. The most importan… Show more

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“…Deconditioning of the skeletal muscle is more prevalent in patients with diabetes mellitus,16 heart failure (HF),17,18 and/or valvular heart diseases (VHDs) 19. Muscular strength is a strong modifiable risk factor that influences several CVD, and the positive impact of dynamic resistance training (RT) on many CVD risk factors,20,21 autonomic function,22 endothelial function,23 and aortic systolic and diastolic pressure24 is well known. In addition, a recent meta-analysis revealed a significant association with a 21% reduction in all-cause mortality in the RT group compared with the nontraining control group 25…”
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“…Deconditioning of the skeletal muscle is more prevalent in patients with diabetes mellitus,16 heart failure (HF),17,18 and/or valvular heart diseases (VHDs) 19. Muscular strength is a strong modifiable risk factor that influences several CVD, and the positive impact of dynamic resistance training (RT) on many CVD risk factors,20,21 autonomic function,22 endothelial function,23 and aortic systolic and diastolic pressure24 is well known. In addition, a recent meta-analysis revealed a significant association with a 21% reduction in all-cause mortality in the RT group compared with the nontraining control group 25…”
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“…If this relationship was clarified, therapists could identify what kind of patients with CMP have a dysfunctional autonomic nervous system and, possibly, dysregulated exercise-induced hypoalgesia. Moreover, since exercise can improve the autonomic nervous system in healthy people [ 18 ] and patients with cardiovascular disease [ 19 ], it could be effective in improving the dysfunctional autonomic nervous system in patients with CMP. However, to our knowledge, there is insufficient evidence on the interventional effect of exercise on the autonomic nervous system of CMP patients.…”
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