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314 Possible Causes for Impaired Exercise Tolerance

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    The impairment of exercise tolerance indicated by NYHA classification was markedly improved by PD for both groups.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] as tolerated and, for Pts with impaired renal function or psychogenic polydipsia, fluid restriction . 2. drug therapy with multiple agents–diuretics, ACE inhibitors, digoxin[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] […] develops, it requires continuous therapy to M&M–ie, 1. non-pharmacologic maneuvers–eg, salt restriction in the form of a 'no salt added' regimen, reduction of alcohol intake, exercise[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Neurocirculatory Asthenia

    Google Scholar — Functional capacity and exercise tolerance in patients with impaired cardiovascular function, p. 201 in Clinical Cardiopulmonary Physiology.[link.springer.com]

  • Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis

    She then developed insidious progressive impairment in her exercise tolerance.[radcliffecardiology.com]

  • Eisenmenger Syndrome

    Patients with pre-tricuspid shunts were older, had higher BNP concentrations and lower exercise tolerance compared to patients with post-tricuspid shunts.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] tolerance, impaired oxygen transport capacity due to “relative anemia”, and may increase the risk of cerebrovascular events. 29 , 30 Venesection should only be offered to[dovepress.com] Right ventricular (RV) function was impaired in patients with atrial septal defects, with larger right ventricles, impaired systolic function and adaptation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Heart Failure

    […] of life, including dyspnoea, fatigue, poor exercise tolerance and fluid retention.[radcliffecardiology.com] tolerance The majority of patients with heart failure are in this stage Corresponds with patients with NYHA class I-IV heart failure D Refractory heart failure requiring[emedicine.medscape.com] HF is a shared chronic phase of cardiac functional impairment secondary to many aetiologies, and patients with HF experience a range of symptoms that affect their quality[radcliffecardiology.com]

  • Barth Syndrome

    […] extraction/utilization, exercise tolerance and quality of life in these individuals.[clinicaltrials.gov] The investigators have recently found severe exercise intolerance in adolescents with BTHS that was mediated by impaired skeletal muscle oxygen extraction and utilization.[clinicaltrials.gov] Previous evidence from other mitochondrial pathologies demonstrated that chronic aerobic exercise training enhanced mitochondrial biogenesis, improved skeletal muscle oxygen[clinicaltrials.gov]

  • Anemia of Chronic Disease

    […] progression; Increased cardiovascular morbidity and mortality ; Reduced exercise tolerance, angina , and worsening of heart failure (where this already exists); Poorer organ[myvmc.com] Chronic Kidney Disease Patients with chronic kidney disease that have coexisting anaemia experience: Reduced quality of life; Cognitive impairment; Sleep disturbance; Disease[myvmc.com]

  • Anemia

    […] include fatigue, pallor, tachycardia, poor exercise tolerance, and suboptimal work performance. 14 Depleted blood reserves during delivery may increase the need for blood[bloodjournal.org] Low cobalamin is associated with an increased fetal risk of low lean mass and excess adiposity, increased insulin resistance, and impaired neurodevelopment. 13 Maternal risks[bloodjournal.org]

  • Adrenergic Beta-Antagonist

    Although many physicians are concerned about the potential for beta blockers to precipitate heart failure, reduce exercise tolerance or otherwise impair quality of life, these[aafp.org]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease due to Phosphoglucomutase Deficiency

    Glucose tolerance is slightly impaired, and the “second wind” phenomenon occurs very rarely in GSD type VII.[link.springer.com] In fact, unlike GSDV where oral administration of glucose immediately prior to exercise can improve exercise tolerance, in Tarui disease it exacerbates exercise intolerance[ojrd.biomedcentral.com] Vigorous exercise should be avoided for every patient in each group of defects due to a risk of acute renal failure secondary to rhabdomyolysis (myoglobinuria) and of gout[link.springer.com]

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