Heart Rate Response During Exercise and Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Congenital Heart Disease

Cardiopulmonary exercise testing is often used to evaluate exercise capacity in adults with congenital heart disease including women who are considering pregnancy. The relationship between cardiopulmonary exercise testing parameters and pregnancy outcome has not been defined.

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Work Title Heart Rate Response During Exercise and Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Congenital Heart Disease
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Open Access
Creators
  1. P. Khairy
  2. M.S. Rosenbaum
  3. C.K. Silversides
  4. A.M. Valente
  5. S.M. Fernandes
  6. J.D. Kay
  7. Z. Jin
  8. S. Cook
  9. Michelle Nickolaus
  10. J.A.Aboulhosn
  11. D.R. Gersony
  12. G.K. Lui
  13. M.G. Earing
Keyword
  1. Penn State Hershey Nursing
License All rights reserved
Work Type Article
Publication Date 2011
Subject
  1. Pregnancy
  2. Congenital heart disease
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Deposited February 13, 2014

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  • Added Creator P. Khairy
  • Added Creator M.S. Rosenbaum
  • Added Creator C.K. Silversides
  • Added Creator A.M. Valente
  • Added Creator S.M. Fernandes
  • Added Creator J.D. Kay
  • Added Creator Z. Jin
  • Added Creator S. Cook
  • Added Creator Michelle Nickolaus
  • Added Creator J.A.Aboulhosn
  • Added Creator D.R. Gersony
  • Added Creator G.K. Lui
  • Added Creator M.G. Earing
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