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High-Intensity Interval Training in Patients With Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction
Ellingsen Ø, et al. Circulation 2017 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Beckers P. PMID 28082387 Free PMC article.
Change in left ventricular end-diastolic diameter from baseline to 12 weeks was not different between HIIT and MCT (P=0.45); left ventricular end-diastolic diameter changes compared with RRE were -2.8 mm (-5.2 to -0.4 mm; P=0.02) in HIIT and -1.2 mm (-3.6 to 1.2 mm; P=0.34) in MCT. ...Serious adverse events were not statistically different during supervised intervention or at follow-up at 52 weeks (HIIT, 39%; MCT, 25%; RRE, 34%; P=0.16). ...
Change in left ventricular end-diastolic diameter from baseline to 12 weeks was not different between HIIT and MCT (P=0.45); left ven …
X-LAG: How did they grow so tall?
Beckers A, et al. Ann Endocrinol (Paris) 2017 - Review. Among authors: Beckers P. PMID 28457479 Free article.
Comparing exercise training modalities in heart failure: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Cornelis J, et al. Int J Cardiol 2016 - Review. Among authors: Beckers P. PMID 27434363
There was a significant improvement in QOL applying CT1S (P<0.001). Comparing IT2 with CT2, LVEDD and LVEF were significantly improved favoring IT2 (P<0.001). ...
There was a significant improvement in QOL applying CT1S (P<0.001). Comparing IT2 with CT2, LVEDD and LVEF were significantly impr …
Aerobic interval training and continuous training equally improve aerobic exercise capacity in patients with coronary artery disease: the SAINTEX-CAD study
Conraads VM, et al. Int J Cardiol 2015 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Beckers PJ. PMID 25464446 Free article.
RESULTS: Peak VO₂ (ml/kg/min) increased significantly in both groups (AIT 22.7 ± 17.6% versus ACT 20.3 ± 15.3%; p-time<0.001). In addition, flow-mediated dilation (AIT+34.1% (range -69.8 to 646%) versus ACT+7.14% (range -66.7 to 503%); p-time<0.001) quality of life and some other cardiovascular risk factors including resting diastolic blood pressure and HDL-C improved significantly after training. ...
RESULTS: Peak VO₂ (ml/kg/min) increased significantly in both groups (AIT 22.7 ± 17.6% versus ACT 20.3 ± 15.3%; p-time<0.001). In …
Impact of aerobic interval training and continuous training on left ventricular geometry and function: a SAINTEX-CAD substudy
Van De Heyning CM, et al. Int J Cardiol 2018 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Beckers PJ. PMID 29506692
RESULTS: At baseline, a higher peak VO(2) correlated with lower LV posterior wall thickness (p=0.002), higher LV ejection fraction (p=0.008), better LV global longitudinal strain (p=0.043) and lower E/e' (0=0.001). After multivariate stepwise regression analysis only E/é remained an independent predictor of peak VO(2) (p=0.042). Improvement of peak VO(2) after 3months of training correlated with reverse remodeling of the interventricular septum (p=0.005), enlargement of LV diastolic volume (p=0.007) and increase of LV stroke volume (p=0.018) but not with other indices of systolic or diastolic function. ...
RESULTS: At baseline, a higher peak VO(2) correlated with lower LV posterior wall thickness (p=0.002), higher LV ejection fraction ( …
AIP mutations and gigantism
Rostomyan L, et al. Ann Endocrinol (Paris) 2017 - Review. Among authors: Beckers A, Beckers P. PMID 28483363
A Multi-Center Comparison of O2peak Trainability Between Interval Training and Moderate Intensity Continuous Training
Williams CJ, et al. Front Physiol 2019. Among authors: Beckers P. PMID 30804794 Free PMC article.
Each training intervention improved mean O(2peak) at the group level (P < 0.001). After adjusting for covariates, high-volume HIIT had a significantly greater (P < 0.05) absolute O(2peak) increase (0.29 L/min) compared to MICT (0.20 L/min) and low-volume HIIT/SIT (0.18 L/min). Adjusted relative O(2peak) increase was also significantly greater (P < 0.01) in high-volume HIIT (3.3 ml/kg/min) than MICT (2.4 ml/kg/min) and insignificantly greater (P = 0.09) than low-volume HIIT/SIT (2.5 mL/kg/min). ...

Each training intervention improved mean O(2peak) at the group level (P < 0.001). After adjusting for covariates, high-volume HIIT

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