ESC Congress 2011

27 - 31 August 2011, Paris - France

Session Details

Poster session 7: Testing and training in cardiovascular disease
Wed 31 Aug 08:30 - 12:30 Physical activity Poster Session Posters - Poster Zone C

Abstract Slides/e-posters Video Report

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08:30P5536Increased physical activity decreases circulating pentraxin 3 levels in patients at high risk of cardiovascular diseaseKazuki WAKAUME (Sagamihara, JP)
08:30P5537Aerobic exercise training improves plasmatic inflammatory profile and hemodynamic function in chronic heart failure rats.Ramiro NUNES (Porto Alegre, BR)
08:30P5538Influence of age, smoking and diabetes on exercise related antiangiogenic endostatin/collagen XVIII release in menMichael SPONDER (Vienna, AT)
08:30P5539The prognostic ability of the Athens QRS score in comparison to the Duke prognostic score in a mixed populationKostas OIKONOMOU (Edessa, GR)
08:30P5540Importance of left ventricular systolic function and workload capacity prior to physical training in achievement of optimal results in stationary cardiac rehabilitation after acute coronary syndromeTomasz RECHCINSKI (Lodz, PL)
08:30P5541Impaired exercise tolerance is associated with increased urine albumin excretion in the early stages of essential hypertensionDimitris TSIACHRIS (Athens, GR)
08:30P5542Characteristics and cardiopulmonary exercise test variables in patients with exercise-induced ST elevation in Q-wave leads after first acute anterior myocardial infarctionShunsuke USAMI (Suita City, JP)
08:30P5543Polymorphism glu298asp in the six-minute walk test in patients with heart failure Sergio CHERMONT (Niteroi, BR)
08:30P5544Clinical implications of using Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) risk scoring model proposed by NICE to triage patients presenting to Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic (RACPC)Muhammad Murad KHAN (Normanton, GB)
08:30P5545How to assess cardiac autonomic dysfunction in familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy? The association between cardiac abnormalities and neurological involvementMaria Da Conceicao AZEVEDO COUTINHO (Lisboa, PT)
08:30P5546Efficacy of resistive exercise training with partial vascular occlusion in heart failure Jorge P RIBEIRO (Porto Alegre, BR)
08:30P5547Central arterial compliance in exercisers with spinal cord injuryTo Be Announced
08:30P5548The antihypertensive treatment-mediated improvement of left ventricular diastolic function is reflected in exercise electrocardiogram as reduced prevalence of hump sign and of false positive results.Charalampos LIAKOS (Athens-Zografou, GR)
08:30P5549Evolution of exercise capacity with age in patients with atrial switch repair for transposition of the great arteriesRoselien BUYS (Leuven, BE)
08:30P5550Patients with higher peak VO2 and non-ischemic etiology of heart failure respond better to cardiac resynchronization therapy than patients with ischemic heart disease. Tomasz CHWYCZKO (Warsaw, PL)
08:30P5551Determinants of perceived and objectively measured physical activity in chronic heart failureJorge P RIBEIRO (Porto Alegre, BR)
08:30P5552A novel cardiopulmonary exercise test protocol and criterion to determine maximal oxygen uptake in chronic heart failure patientsT Scott BOWEN (Leipzig, DE)
08:30P5553Long-term follow-up of patients with transposition of the great arteries superior exercise performance and quality of life after arterial switch operation in comparison to atrial redirectionJan MUELLER (Muenchen, DE)
08:30P5554Highly sensitive cardiac troponin T level and the degree of myocardial ischemia during cardiac pharmacological stress MRINattawut WONGPRAPARUT (Bangkok, TH)
08:30P5555The insulin resistance and coronary microcirculation are improved by passive exercise using whole body periodic acceleration in diabetic patientsYasushi KONO (Osaka, JP)
08:30P5556Predictors for VO2 peak in heart transplant recipients - "how strong you kick can determine the peak you reach"Kari NYTROEN (Rendalen, NO)
08:30P5557Exaggerated exercise blood pressure response is associated with arterial stiffness, asymmetric dimethylarginine and osteoprotegerin in essential hypertensionKyriakos DIMITRIADIS (Athens, GR)
08:30P5558Blunted local but preserved remote vascular responses after resistance exercise in chronic heart failureJorge P RIBEIRO (Porto Alegre, BR)
08:30P5559Assessing pre-test probability of coronary artery disease: which methodology should be used and how does it relate to clinical outcome?Satheesh BALAKRISHNAN NAIR (Warrington, GB)
08:30P5560Quadriceps strength and balance function necessary to accomplish at least 300 meters in a six-minute walk distance in patients with ischemic heart diseaseKentaro KAMIYA (Sagamihara, JP)
08:30P5561A comparison of central haemodynamics during aerobic and resistance exercise in pulmonary arterial hypertensionAndrew MAIORANA (Perth, AU)
08:30P5562Intense aerobic training increases carotid function in hypertensive runnersLuciana JANOT DE MATOS (Sao Paulo, BR)
08:30P5563Physical activity is inversely associated with the prevalence and with the extent of microalbuminuria in hypertensive patients at high cardiovascular risk: Data from I-SEARCHJanine POESS (Homburg/Saar, DE)
08:30P5564Peak oxygen uptake, ventilatory efficiency and QRS-duration predict event free survival in patients late after surgical repair of tetralogy of fallotJan MUELLER (Muenchen, DE)
08:30P5565Cardiovascular effects and quality of life of supervised training plus metformin therapy versus metformin therapy alone in a population with insulin resistanceAlessandro BINA (Cagliari, IT)