International Journal of Vascular Medicine / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Clinical Study

The Influence of Endothelial Function and Myocardial Ischemia on Peak Oxygen Consumption in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease

Table 2

Exercise variables for those patients with and without exercise-induced ischemia.

M (SD)IschemicNon-ischemic / /

Total ETT time (s)463 (142)448 (172)0.43.666
Peak VO2 (mL·kg−1·min−1)19.7 (5.0)20.1 (6.2)0.30.765
Peak VO2 abs (L·min−1)1.62 (0.56)1.83 (0.64)1.68.095
Resting SBP (mmHg)139.5 (18.7)136.7 (19.4)−0.71.478
Resting DBP (mmHg)76.7 (8.7)77.6 (8.4)0.53.596
Resting HR (bpm)66.5 (10.8)65.3 (10.3)−0.56 .575
Peak SBP (mmHg)*190 (4)180 (3)3.53.063
Peak DBP (mmHg)*88 (2)86 (1)0.78.380
Peak HR (mmHg)*130 (4)126 (2)0.72.399
Peak RPE17.0 (2.1)16.8 (1.9)0.52.606
Peak R1.02 (0.08)1.03 (0.12)0.43.670
% Had chest pain ( )50 (17)55 (45)0.23.632
Peak pain rating (Borg scale)2.3 (2.7)2.7 (2.8)0.58.560
% Max test ( : >85% predicted HR)12 (4)22 (18)1.62.203

Corrected M (SE), adjusting for resting levels.
ETT: exercise tolerance test, VO2: oxygen consumption, SBP: systolic blood pressure, DBP: diastolic blood pressure, HR: heart rate, RPE: Borg rating of perceived exertion.

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