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  • Gut microbiota and overweight in 3-year old children. [Journal Article]
    Int J Obes (Lond) 2019; 43(4):713-723Karvonen AM, Sordillo JE, … Litonjua AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our data suggest that some of the differences in gut composition of bacteria between obese and non-obese adults can already be observed in 3-year old children. Longitudinal studies will be needed to determine long-term effects.
  • Physical activity group classification algorithm using triaxial acceleration and heart rate. [Journal Article]
    Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 2015; 2015:510-3Nakanishi M, Izumi S, … Tanaka S
  • As described in this paper, a physical activity classification algorithm is proposed for energy expenditure estimation. The proposed algorithm can improve the classification accuracy using both the triaxial acceleration and heart rate. The optimal classification also contributes to improvement of the accuracy of the energy expenditures estimation. The proposed algorithm employs three indices: the…
  • Programming exercise intensity in patients on beta-blocker treatment: the importance of choosing an appropriate method. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Prev Cardiol 2014; 21(12):1474-80Díaz-Buschmann I, Jaureguizar KV, … Aquino RS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Prescribed exercise intensity should be within VT1 and VT2, so that the efficacy and safety is guaranteed. If determining VT1 and VT2 is not possible, HR-based methods can be used, but with caution. In fact, there will be always a proportion of patients training below VT1 or above VT2. On the other hand, recommendations for patients on a beta-blocker should be different from patients not receiving a beta-blocker. Patients not treated with a beta-blocker should exercise at HRKarv0.7 or at HR85%. In patients on a beta-blocker, we recommend preferentially a target HR of HRKarv0.6 or HR80%.
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