Prognosis

does exercise training reduce adverse events in heart failure?

Jonathan Myers, Clinton A Brawner, Mark J F Haykowsky, Rod Taylor

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Abstract

Patients with heart failure (HF) were once discouraged from participating in exercise programs because of concerns regarding safety and the potential for harm to an already damaged myocardium. However, studies over the last 3 decades have provided extensive insights into both the health outcome benefits of exercise and the mechanisms underlying these benefits. Studies on the outcome benefits of exercise training, including mortality and hospitalization, have been convincing. This article reviews the physiologic benefits of exercise training in HF, studies on exercise training in women, results and implications of the HF-ACTION trial, and recent meta-analyses using the Cochrane data base.

Original languageEnglish
JournalHeart Failure Clinics
Volume11
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)59-72
ISSN1551-7136
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2015

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Myers, Jonathan ; Brawner, Clinton A ; Haykowsky, Mark J F ; Taylor, Rod. / Prognosis : does exercise training reduce adverse events in heart failure?. In: Heart Failure Clinics. 2015 ; Vol. 11, No. 1. pp. 59-72.
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