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CO was measured before and after shuttle walk test which is a kind of endurance training and also a physical stress intervention in the subject.
Alison, "Shuttle walk tests as outcome measures: are two incremental shuttle walk tests and two endurance shuttle walk tests necessary?" American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.
(2001) A validation of the 10-meter incremental shuttle walk test as a measure of aerobic power in cardiac and rheumatoid arthritis patients.
(2014) Measurement properties of the incremental shuttle walk test: a systematic review.
Physiological responses to maximal exercise testing and the modified incremental shuttle walk test in adults after thermal injury: a pilot study.
The incremental shuttle walk test in older Brazilian adults.
The analyses of heart rate variability (HRV) at rest ([HRV.sub.rest]), post-exercise ([HRV.sub.post-exercise]), heart rate at rest ([HR.sub.rest]), and of the Incremental Shuttle Walk Test (ISWT) by Singh et al.
Subsequently the incremental shuttle walk test was used as a measure of exercise tolerance.
In the walk group, participants trained on a 26-m circular indoor track with the initial training speed set at 75% of the participant's peak walking speed, achieved in the incremental shuttle walk test (Hernandez et al 2000).
This study investigated the incremental shuttle walk test (ISWT) and the 6MWT with respect to test-retest reproducibility and accuracy in predicting peak V[O.sub.2] in patients with stable CHF.
Functional status was assessed by NYHA classification, maximal oxygen uptake (peak VO2) and submaximal tests (two minute walk test and shuttle walk test).
In the editorial accompanying this paper Calverley (2000) emphasised that the greatest effects of oxygen are with endurance exercise and hence the six minute walk test or the endurance shuttle walk test (ESWT) may be more sensitive measures.