Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation outcomes: A meta-analysis of gender differences
Gentry DaNae Shelton, SN; Barbara K. Haas, PhD, RN; Yong T. Wang, PhD, FACSM -- College of Nursing and Health Sciences, The University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas, USA
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Few studies have examined gender differences in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) outcomes. A meta-analysis comparing outcomes of CR between men and women revealed significant differences in functional capacity and lipid profiles; anxiety, depression, and BMI were non-significant. While CR appears to benefit both men and women, outcomes vary based on gender.
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