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KINE 4308

Exercise Stress Testing

Three semester hours.

This class is designed to provide an in-depth study of the theories, concepts, procedures and techniques of exercise stress testing. It includes instruction in pre-exercise screening/evaluation, and instruction and practice in the administration and interpretation of graded exercise tests with 12-lead electrocardiography. Particular emphasis is given to the assessment of acute and chronic physiological responses arising from exercise training programs. Application and evaluation of test results are used to develop exercise prescriptions for individuals participating in specific sports and training programs. Prerequisites: KINE 3300 and KINE 4301.

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