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Effects of an eccentric training personalized by a low rate of perceived exertion on the maximal capacities in chronic heart failure: a randomized controlled trial.

Abstract : The eccentric (ECC) training, in spite of its potential interest (slightest request of the cardiorespiratory system) compared with the concentric (CON) training, is not applied during the rehabilitation of the chronic heart failure (CHF). The main reasons are the difficulty personalizing the ECC exercises by avoiding the muscle complications and the lack of information concerning the specific effects on the maximal capacities in CHF patients.
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Jean Casillas, Delphine Besson, Armelle Hannequin, Vincent Gremeaux, Claire Morisset, et al.. Effects of an eccentric training personalized by a low rate of perceived exertion on the maximal capacities in chronic heart failure: a randomized controlled trial.. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Edizioni Minerva Medica, 2016, 52 (2), pp.159-68. ⟨hal-03405069⟩

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