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Evaluation of Exercise Response in a Young, High Risk Population: Submaximal Invasive Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (ICPET) in Active Duty Soldiers
AIR FORCE MEDICAL WING (59TH) LACKLAND AFB TX LACKLAND United States
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Clinical concerns raising suspicion for cardiovascular disease in active duty military require definitive evaluations to diagnose disease at an early stage given high risk occupation. There remains limited information for assessing left and right heart hemodynamic response during supine exercise in young adults in high risk occupations.
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