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AuthorBar-Or, Oded. author
TitlePediatric Sports Medicine for the Practitioner [electronic resource] : From Physiologic Principles to Clinical Applications / by Oded Bar-Or
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1983
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-5593-2
Descript XXII, 376p. 124 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

Comprehensive Manuals in Pediatrics are designed to broaden the pracยญ titioner's clinical scope by providing a wide range of diagnostic and management skills ordinarily considered to be the exclusive domain of the specialists. Although the series as a whole constitutes a comprehenยญ sive text in pediatrics, each volume stands on its own as a self-contained the busy practitioner. reference for In order to maintain a uniform style and coverage of each subject, each manual is usually written by no more than one or two authors. Each author is an acknowledged expert in his or her field and provides a comprehensive, up-to-date account of the topic under discussion. Practiยญ cally oriented, each volume offers concise guidelines and courses of treatment. Michael Katz E. Richard Stiehm Preface Much knowledge has been generated in recent years by scientists investigating the triad: child-exercise-health. Yet little of this inforยญ mation is available in pediatric textbooks, for application by the clinician. This book is intended to bridge the resulting gap


CONTENT

1 Physiologic Responses to Exercise of the Healthy Child -- Response to Acute Exercise -- Conditioning and Training -- References -- 2 Children and Exercise in a Clinical Contextโ{128}{148} An Overview -- Habitual Activity and Disease -- Effects of Disease on Physical Working Capacity -- Exercise as a Diagnostic Tool in Pediatrics -- Exercise as Therapy in Pediatrics -- Deleterious Effects of Exercise -- References -- 3 Pulmonary Diseases -- Bronchial Asthma -- Cystic Fibrosis (CF) -- Interstitial Lung Disease -- Pulmonary Tuberculosis -- References -- 4 Cardiovascular Diseases -- Aortic Stenosis (AS) -- Coarctation of the Aorta (CA) -- Congenital Complete Heart Block (CCHB) -- Coronary Heart Disease -- Hypertension (HT) -- Neurocirculatory Asthenia (NCA) -- Pulmonary Stenosis (PS) -- Septal Defectโ{128}{148}Atrial (ASD) -- Septal Defectโ{128}{148}Ventricular (VSD) -- Tetralogy of Fallot (TF) -- References -- 5 Endocrine Diseases -- Diabetes Mellitus -- Growth Hormone (GH) Deficiency -- References -- 6 Nutritional Diseases -- Anorexia Nervosa (AN) -- Malnutrition -- Obesity -- References -- 7 Neuromuscular Diseases -- Cerebral Palsy (CP) -- Epilepsy -- McArdleโ{128}{153}s Syndrome -- Progressive Muscular Dystrophy (PMD) -- Scoliosis -- References -- 8 Hematologic Diseases -- Anemia -- Hemoglobinuriaโ{128}{148}Exertional -- Hemophilia -- Sickle-cell Anemia -- Thalassemia Major -- References -- 9 Climate and the Exercising Child -- Some Concepts in Thermoregulation -- Characteristics of Children Relevant to Thermoregulation -- Sweating Pattern -- Heat Tolerance -- Acclimatization to Exercise in the Heat -- Fluid and Electrolyte Balance -- Pediatric Health Hazards in Hot Climates -- Guidelines for Conduct of Athletic Events in the Heat -- References -- Appendix I โ{128}{156}Normsโ{128}{157} -- References -- Peak Mechanical Power -- Endurance Timeโ{128}{148}Bruce Treadmill -- Power at Heart Rate of 170 -- Distance Traveledโ{128}{148} 12-Min Run-Walk -- Anaerobic Capacity -- Peak Anaerobic Power -- Appendix II Procedures for Exercise Testing in Children -- Choice of Ergometer -- The Exercise Protocol -- Prototypes of Exercise Tests -- Examples of Exercise Protocols -- The Bruce All-Out Progressive Continuous Treadmill Test -- The McMaster All-Out Progressive Continuous Cycling Test -- The McMaster All-Out Progressive Continuous Arm Test -- The Cumming Ail-Out Progressive Intermittent Cycling Test -- The Adams Submaximal Progressive Continuous Cycling Test -- The Hanne Submaximal Progressive Intermittent Step Test -- The Wingate Anaerobic Cycling Test -- Measurements Taken During Exercise Tests -- Heart Rate -- Ventilation -- Systemic Arterial Blood Pressure -- Electrocardiogram (ECG) -- Skin Preparation -- Choice of Electrodes -- Choice of Leads -- Indications for Exercise ECG -- Exercise-induced Electrocardiographic Changes -- Exercise ECG Test vs. Long-term ECG Monitoring -- Cardiac Output -- Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) -- Determination of Maximal Aerobic Power -- Direct Determination -- Indirect Determinationโ{128}{148}Submaximal Tests -- Indirect Determinationโ{128}{148}All-Out Tests -- Safety Precautions -- Personnel -- Contraindications for Exercise Testing -- Termination of An Exercise Test -- References -- Appendix III Activity Questionnaire -- Appendix IV Calorie Equivalents -- Appendix V Glossary of Terms


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