3 edition of Pollock Heart Disease and Rehabilitation found in the catalog.
Pollock Heart Disease and Rehabilitation
July 29, 1979
by John Wiley & Sons Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||726|
reduction in risk for cardiovascular disease (Millard, "Women and Heart Disease," 72). Interestingly, men do not benefit from the estrogen therapy. Men treated with female hormones actually had an increased risk for heart disease (Pollock & Wilmore, 21). The higher incidence of heart disease in men has also been historically influenced. Pollock M.L., Wilmore J.H. () Exercise in health and disease: Evaluation and prescription for prevention and rehabilitation. 2ndedition Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company Sjoberg H., Frankenhaeuser M. () Interaction between heart rate, psychomotor performance and perceived effort during physical work as influenced by beta-adrenergic Cited by:
All Editions of Health and Fitness through Physical Activity. , Other. ISBN , Paperback. ISBN Books by Michael L Pollock. Heart Disease and Rehabilitation Starting at $ Exercise in Health and Disease: Evaluation and Prescription for Prevention and Rehabilitation. The Use of the Perception Scale for Exercise Prescription. Foster, C., Ward, A. () Exercise prescription for rehabilitation of the cardiac patient. In Heart Disease and Rehabilitation Foster, C., and Ward, A. () Exercise prescription for rehabilitation of the cardiac patient. In Heart Disease and Rehabilitation (M.L. Pollock Cited by: The new edition of Exercise and the Heart offers the essential clinical and scientific information on exercise testing and interpretation. Balancing the essential physiology with a problem based approach to cardiac problem management, this new edition provides the clinician with a resource for diagnosis and treatment with exercise. New material on exercise therapy and the effect of chronic.
Branded Books; Journals Career Network; About. About European Heart Journal Sexual relation, Pollock, MLSchmidt, DH, Heart disease and rehabilitation, IL, Human Kinetics, , , 2. Nemec. ED, Mansfield L, Kennedy JW. Heart rate and blood pressure responses during sexual activity in normal males. Hayes V. Brief group therapy in Cited by: Medicating Race book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Medicating Race, Anne Pollock traces the intersecting discourses /5. Other areas of research interest include the primary and secondary prevention of heart disease and the risks associated with sporadic, high-intensity exercise. Dr. Franklin has written or edited more than publications, including papers, 77 book chapters, and 27 books. Publications.
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Larry Durstine,Geoffrey Moore,Michael LaMonte & Barry A. Franklin. By William L. Haskell, PhD. I am honored to write the foreword for this text dedicated to the memory of Michael L.
Pollock, PhD (). Stroke is a leading cause of death in the United States, killing download pdf thanAmericans each year—that’s 1 of every 20 deaths. 1. Public health officials and other health professionals can find up-to-date facts, statistics, maps, and other information related to stroke in these reports and resources: Stroke maps and data sources.His book Heart Ebook and Rehabilitation (co-edited with Don Ebook and now in its third edition) served as the definitive reference text for a generation.
His text Exercise in Health and Disease (co-authored with Jack Wilmore and now in its second edition) likewise served as a reference for a generation of physiologists interested in.