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17 October 2022: Clinical Research

Comparison of Incremental Shuttle Walking Test, 6-Minute Walking Test, and Cardiopulmonary Exercise Stress Test in Patients with Myocardial Infarction

Ho-Jeong Lim 12ABCF , Sung-Ju Jee 2BDE , Myung-Mo Lee 3ADEG*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.938140

Med Sci Monit 2022; 28:e938140

Table 2 Comparison of correlations between the indicators of the Maximal Exercise Stress Test and the Submaximal Exercise Stress Test.

Pearson r95% CIPearson r95% CI
Peak VO vs distance, m
 Mild (n=6).813* .301~1.000.737.294~.999
 Moderate (n=8).808* .466~.988.745* .113~.977
 Severe (n=6).855* .477~1.000.817* .103~1.000
 Total (n=20).823* .681~.910.776* .683~.870
HRmax, beats
 Mild (n=6).940.759~.999.929.714~1.000
 Moderate (n=8).488.293~1.000.600.276~1.000
 Severe (n=6).987.954~1.000.698.509~1.000
 Total (n=20).815* .451~.996.664* .146~.911
RPE, scores
 Mild (n=6).632.316~1.000.250−.500~1.000
 Moderate (n=8)−.025−.698~.920−.525−.851~.224
 Severe (n=6)−.632−1.000~.316−.250−1.000~.500
 Total (n=20).297−.203~.717.296−.185~.742
* p
6MWT – 6-minute walking test; CPX – cardiopulmonary exercise test; HRmax – maximum heart rate; ISWT – instrumental shuttle walking test; RPE – rating of perceived exertion; VO – oxygen uptake.

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