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  • Volume 2015

    Therapeutic Physical Exercise Program in Rehabilitation of Hypertensive Patients
    (International Journal of Medical Works)

    Vol. 1, Issue 1, PP. 1-4, Oct. 2015

    Keywords: Maximum Oxygen Volume, heart rate, Blood Pressure

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    Abstract

    In this research study was conducted a prospective, longitudinal, with an experimental design of minimum control or pre experiment, a total sample of 50 patients of both sexes that presented in addition to high blood pressure (>140/90 and <180/110 mm Hg without target organ damage) that it was considered a criterion for inclusion in the study, they presented a series of coronary risk factors such as obesity stress, hypercholesterolemia, smoking, sedentary lifestyle and diabetes mellitus. It is a longitudinal, prospective study with an experimental design of minimum control or pre experiment, with a total sample of 50 patients of both sexes, that presented in addition to high blood pressure (>140/90 and <180/110 mm Hg without target organ damage) that was considered a criterion for inclusion in the study, presented a series of coronary risk factors like obesity, stress, hypercholesterolemia, smoking, sedentary lifestyle and diabetes mellitus. The main objective of this therapeutic physical exercise program is to promote the improvement of the physical condition of these patients. To carry out the work were two stress tests (6 minutes March test) and the maximum strength test by not extreme weights. Both take place at the beginning of our research and 4 months after applying the program to hypertensive patients, in order to verify the evaluation of patients. Some of the results that most stood out in the investigation were the Maximum Oxygen Volume (VO2 Max) values that significantly increased from 14.6 to 20.2, decreased heart rate at rest, effort and in recovery, despite having increased the distance travelled during the 6-minute test, which was a decline of Training Pulse (TP) from 100.7 to 96.5. Maximum strength test for pesos not extreme, it was found that there was a very significant increase of maximum strength reached at muscle levels evaluated. Allowing these results make frequent and systematic analysis of the physical condition of the patients and of the physical training program. By what has come to the conclusion that the therapeutic program of physical exercise for the rehabilitation of patients with hypertension, it is effective.

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    Kiluange de Melo Araújo, Li Feng, Xiao Jun

     

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    Kiluange de Melo Araújo, Li Feng, Xiao Jun, "Therapeutic Physical Exercise Program in Rehabilitation of Hypertensive Patients" International Journal of Medical Works, Vol. 1, Issue 1, PP. 1-4, Oct. 2015.                                                                                    

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