Is High Intensity Exercise Safe for the Chronic Thoracic Aortic Dissection Patient?
Received Date: October 20, 2020; Published Date:November 23, 2020
Exercise parameters for the chronic aortic dissection patient are broad and research detailing specific exercise protocols is limited. Nevertheless, for clinicians interested in designing a tailored exercise routine for physically active patients, the available literature on physical rehabilitation for patients with chronic aortic disease may be referenced. Moreover, it is of upmost importance that when developing an exercise program that a patient’s particular cardiovascular pathology, including the distribution of the lesion, along with an understanding of hemodynamic principles, relative to the aorta, be respected. With these concepts applied, patients may safely return to recreational sport through the guidance of a thoughtful, clinically based, individualized exercise program.
Keywords:Chronic aortic dissection; Cardiovascular exercise; Physical rehabilitation
Abbreviations:Newborn; Gastric ulcers; Gastroduodenal ulcers; Digestive bleeding; EndoscopyStanford Type A Dissection: TAD; Stanford Type B Dissection: TBD; Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: AAA; Relative Perceived Exertion: RPE; High Intensity Training: HIT