GXT

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AcronymDefinition
GXTGX Technology (seismic imaging company)
GXTGraded Exercise Testing (cardiac testing)
GXTGeneration X Technologies (various locations)
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All eligible patients underwent graded exercise testing (GXT) by a physician and a research assistant before receiving 12 weeks of treadmill exercise training.
Graded exercise testing is used to observe the dynamic relationship between exercise workload and the integrated cardiovascular, pulmonary, musculoskeletal, and neuropsychological systems [9].
Heart rate was continuously recorded at rest, during the graded exercise testing, and during the recovery period using a 12-lead ECG (HW Systems, HeartWare Ltda, USA).
In a 2003 editorial, Foster (5) stated that the profession of exercise physiologist was born in 1975 with the publication of the Guidelines for Graded Exercise Testing and Prescription (2) because this manual defined a "unique body of knowledge." According to Boone (3), exercise physiology transitioned from a research discipline to a healthcare profession in 1997 with the founding of the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP), a professional organization with a code of ethics, standards of professional practice, and boards of accreditation and certification.
Updated and revised, this edition reflects changes in testing and training principles and practices; adds a new chapter on intellectual disability; and reconstructs chapters on pharmacology, metabolic syndrome, and graded exercise testing and prescription.
Maximal graded exercise testing using a Lode arm crank ergometer (Groningen, The Netherlands) was performed before and after the sixteen weeks of exercise.
However, people with PD do not display normal exercise responses during graded exercise testing. One possible source of the abnormal exercise responses is the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) and the production of norepinephrine (NE).
Graded exercise testing using a motorized treadmill is most often used, with interpretation based on patient symptoms and electrocardiographic interpretation.
Exercise classes with graded exercise testing that allows you to have your exercise program designed especially for your needs.
EMG frequency, specifically MNF, has been used to detect fatigue thresholds during graded exercise testing (Camic et al., 2010).
Graded exercise testing (GXT) using either a treadmill (TM) or a cycle ergometer (CE) is commonly used to assess healthy individuals and people with diseases (2,5,9,19,26,33).
Activity promotion", 3-"General Principles of Pharmacology", 4-"General Interview and Examination Skills", 5-"Graded Exercise Testing and Exercise Prescription".