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Employer's NIH Statement on Cardiovascular Health 21 attitude, prior job status, and economic incentives). Symptomatic improvement of patients with stable angina pectoris and selected patients with congestive heart failure (CHF) also have been demonstrated by exercise training to the satisfaction of the Panel. Decreased myocardial oxygen demand during submaximal exercise and increased work capacity were the mechanisms proposed for the clinical improvement in patients with angina. The reduction in symptoms and improved functional capacity with exercise training in patients with CHF occur in the absence of improvement in left ventricular systolic function; presumably the improvement in functional capacity is due to peripheral adaptations, involving exercise-trained skeletal muscle.
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Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Guide to Practice in the 21st Century (Fundamental and Clinical Cardiology) by Nanette Wenger