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This research study is being done to measure the way your heart muscle contracts during a stress test for your heart.
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The purpose of this study is to verify this finding in a cohort of experienced cyclist. If the aerobar position indeed decreases quadriceps oxygen saturation, there can be implications for musculoskeletal fatigue and/or athletic performance.
The purpose of this study is to compare pulse oximetry performances from different manufacturers and with different anatomical sensor locations during stress tests in heart failure patients, evaluating effectiveness against motion and poor circulation.
Exercise testing is routinely utilized in the evaluation of patient’s with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy to assess exercise capacity and also to evaluate the presence and severity of obstruction with an echocardiogram. Identifying significant obstruction is important in order to determine who could gain benefit from more invasive therapies like surgery.
There are several different exercise protocols available but it is not known which is the best method to assess the presence and severity of obstruction in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. The purpose of this study is to determine which exercise protocol (supine bike or exercise treadmill) is better in these regards.
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This study is designed to determine if exercise echocardiography will identify ventricular and vascular function abnormalities in patients with COA that are not apparent at rest, and that exercise-induced ventricular and vascular dysfunction will predict clinical outcomes.
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