Die Bedeutung der stummen Myokardischaemie (SMI) in der ambulanten Herzgruppe (AHG)

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Title translated into English:Significance of silent myocardial ischemia (SMI) in outdoor heart groups (OHG)
Author:Rost, R.; Bjarnason-Wehrens, Birna; Meyer, C.; Webering, F.; Sepehrmanesch, M.
Editor:Boening, D.; Braumann, Klaus-Michael; Busse, M.W.; Maassen, N.; Schmidt, W.
Published in:Sport - Rettung oder Risiko für die Gesundheit? 31. Deutscher Sportärztekongress, Hannover 1988
Published:Köln: Dt. Ärzte-Verl. (Verlag), 1989, 1989. S. 731-733, Lit., Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Compilation article
Media type: Print resource
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Identification number:PU199411074546

Author's abstract

The present disucssion on SMI is of major impact on OHG since SMI during physical training could represent a potential risk factor. We carried out an investigation in 107 coronary patients of OHG on the incidence of SMI during exercise testing and Holter monitoring (HM) including a training unit. With both techniques in almost 1/3 of the patients SMI could be observed, when coronary medication was cancelled. However, the concordance of these two positive groups was found to be remarkably low. During HM SMI was found within the training units nearly as frequent as during normal daily life. By betablockade (100 mg metropolol) exercise SMI during HM was suppressed in 2/3. Our conclusion was that SMI is not of major significance in pharmacologically well controlled participants in OHG. Verf.-Referat