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The Complete Guide to Teaching Exercise to Special Populations by Morc Coulson
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Exercise Guidelines. • ALL CAD clients need to have a maximal graded exercise test to determine their functional capacity. • MD should communicate with.
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Special Populations Requiring Modified Exercise Prescriptions
General Principles Exercise prescription should always include : a the mode of exercise b the intensity of exercise c the duration of exercise d the frequency of exercise e the rate of progression of the patient's physical activity These parameters should be taken into account whether you are prescribing exercise for the healthy individual or the patient with disease. In all cases, the exercise prescription should be developed with careful consideration for the individual's health history, risk factor profile, the patient's strength and flexibility, any orthopedic conditions that may exist, behavioral characteristics, personal goals and availability of exercise facilities. Special Populations A. Patients With Diabetes Patients with diabetes fall into two general classifications of disease - Type I diabetes mellitus also known as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. This form of diabetes is usually associated with children because it is often diagnosed during the formative years. It is characterized by a the following symptoms : polyuria - frequent urination throughout the day and night often amounting to many liters to gallons per day polydipsia - urgent thirst making the patient drink copious fluids as a result of the polyuria polyphagia - the patient is always eating - a result of poor glucose availability to the central nervous system These patients usually have very high blood glucose levels when they are initially seen by a physician. They urgently need to be medically managed.