Which of the Following Components of a Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
Which of the following components of a cardiac rehabilitation program provide the BEST benefit for return to activities of daily living and vocational activities?
A)Aerobic training at moderate intensity
B)Resistive training at low intensity with high frequency
Which of the following progressions in exercise parameters would be MOST appropriate for a patient 2 weeks postoperative a coronary artery bypass graft who is currently walking on a treadmill for 20 minutes at 50% of maximal heart rate?
A)Increase the intensity of exercise to 60% of maximal heart rate.
B)Increase the duration of exercise with the goal being at least 30 minutes.
C)Add resistive training exercise at 40% of one repetition maximum.
D)Add low-intensity upper extremity exercise during treadmill walking.
Which of the following environmental factors tends to increase peripheral resistance at rest and with exercise?
Which of the following environmental factors results in vasodilation creating an increase in heart rate to maintain adequate cardiac output?