Replay - Clinical relevance of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing in pulmonary & cardiac diseases
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- Pulmonology, Respiratory Therapist, Cardiology and vascular disease
Cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) is a test performed to determine an overview of the person’s cardiopulmonary, circulatory and metabolic health as a response to physical work load by measuring metabolic gas exchange alongside a number of other physiological parameters such as blood pressure, heart rate, etc. In the clinical world, it is used as a diagnostic tool to identify the possible physiological limitation in both children and adult patient groups leading to a specific disease or disability, be it pulmonary, cardiac, peripheral, metabolic, or other limitations. During this webinar, our speakers will review and share their experience with the CPET to identify most important clinical factors to assist with diagnosis, therapy and prognosis of various pulmonary and cardiac diseases.
1 h 30 min.