Heart rate modulation and exercise capacity
- Heart rate as a treatable risk factor in cardiovascular disease
M. R. Cowie, United Kingdom
- Heart rate response to exercise: impact on myocardial ischemia and left ventricular function
M. Böhm, C. Ukena, Germany
- Chronotropic incompetence and functional capacity in cardiovascular disease
D. W. Kitzman, USA
- Prognostic value of heart rate response to exercise
F. Carré, France
- Heart rate in the assessment of cardiovascular prognosis
L. Riva, G. V. Coutsoumbas, A. P. Maggioni, Italy
- Why should we consider heart rate in patients with cardiovascular disease?
B. D. Westenbrink, W. H. van Gilst, The Netherlands
- When should cardiac rehabilitation be started after a cardiovascular event?
C. Aguiar, Portugal – D. M. Aronov, Russia – F. Bacal, M. M. Fernandes da Silva, Brazil – K. Daly, Ireland – D. R. Dimulescu, /strong> Romania – N. M. Farag, Egypt – K. Naidoo, D. P. Naidoo, South Africa – H. Ong-Garcia, Philippines – A. A. A. Rahim, Malaysia – H. Rasmusen, Denmark – G. Sinagra, P. L. Temporelli, Italy – M. Zoghi, Turkey
- Clinical advantage of heart rate lowering with Procoralan in the management of cardiovascular patients
I. Elyubaeva, France
- Heart rate reduction in coronary artery disease management: what can we expect from the SIGNIFY trial?
K. Fox, United Kingdom
- Heart rate in registries: an important, yet still neglected opportunity
P. G. Steg, France
- Heart rate reduction and coronary flow reserve: mechanisms and treatment
P. E. Vardas, Greece