ESC Congress 2016

27 - 31 August 2016, Rome - Italy

Session Details

Poster session 2: Exercise testing and training II
Sun 28 Aug 08:30 - 12:30 Miscellaneous Poster Session Poster area - Poster Area
Learning Objectives: Posters are on display from 08:30 – 12:30. Presenters will be by their poster during the coffee break from 10:00 and 11:00 for posters viewing time.

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List of Presentations

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08:30P1675A low heart rate recovery after maximal cardiopulmonary exercise test predicts an impaired diastolic function in the general population at risk: insights from the EUROEX trialPietro Leonida LAFORGIA (San Donato Milanese, Italy)
08:30P1676Prognostic value of exercise testing for risk stratification in stable coronary artery disease: beyond conventional risk factorsSara GUERREIRO (Faro, Portugal)
08:30P1677Effect of beta-adrenergic receptor blocker on peripheral vascular resistance during exercise in patients with heart disease.Makoto MURATA (Maebashi, Japan)
08:30P1678Supervised exercise training in patients with peripheral arterial disease is associated with an increase of vascular stress and profunda femoral artery diameter Joern Fredrik DOPHEIDE (Mainz, Germany)
08:30P1679Diagnostic value of ST-segment deviations during cardiac exercise stress testing: comparison of different ECG leads and time-pointsChristian PUELACHER (Basel, Switzerland)
08:30P1680The role of arterial stiffness in mediating the association between grip strength and cardiovascular events: the Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study.Cheol Ung CHOI (Seoul, Korea Republic of)
08:30P1681Change in physical activity and cardiovascular risk factors over 16 yearsRune HERMANSEN (Kirkenes, Norway)
08:30P1682Physical activity in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: prevalence of inactivity and perceived barriersJoanna SWEETING (Newtown, Australia)
08:30P1683Cardiorespiratory fitness attenuates obesity related risk of coronary artery calcificationSae Young JAE (Seoul, Korea Republic of)
08:30P1684Potential gain of occupational and leisure physical activities on the link between occupational social inequalities and cardiovascular diseases: the PRIME studyYolande ESQUIROL (Toulouse, France)
08:30P1685Validity of three consumer-based physical activity devices: fitbit charge hr, garmin forerunner 225 and mio fuseJomme CLAES (Leuven, Belgium)
08:30P1686The effect of walking, standing and stepping when using an active workstation on neurocognitive and typing skills: a randomized trial.Jose MEDINA-INOJOSA (Rochester, United States of America)
08:30P1687Long-term impact of the mActive physical activity trial on cardiometabolic healthSeth Shay MARTIN (Baltimore, United States of America)
08:30P1688A meta-analysis of the effect of Tai Chi exercise on blood lipid profiles with qualified randomized controlled trialsXiaohong PAN (Hangzhou, China People's Republic of)
08:30P1689Change of physical activity after inappropriate shock therapies in Japanese patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillatorYusuke KONDO (Chiba, Japan)
08:30P1690Temporal trends of cardiorespiratory fitness in Saudia ArabiaAmjad AHMED (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
08:30P1691An age old problem: Screening asymptomatic veteran athletes for coronary artery diseaseTee Joo YEO (Singapore, Singapore)
08:30P1692Prevalence of previously known and silent atrial fibrillation in veteran endurance athletes Christian HOLMQUIST (Boras, Sweden)
08:30P1693Feature tracking cardiovascular magnetic resonance in the differential diagnosis of myocardial hypertrophyAlicia Maria MACEIRA GONZALEZ (Valencia, Spain)