Physiological Effects of Spinal Cord Injury on Cardiovascular Disease Risk presents the most recent scientific findings about the underlying physiological changes consequent to spinal cord injury (SCI) that are believed to result in a substantially increased risk of cardiovascular disease in persons with SCI. The DVD explores the role of exercise and physical activity in reducing cardiovascular (CVD) risk. The DVD also discusses the potential impact of body composition on CVD in SCI.
Physiological Effects of Spinal Cord Injury on Cardiovascular Disease Risk
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- Carol E. Garber, Racine R. Emmons, Ann M. Spungen, Ashraf S. Gorgey, Ricardo A. Tanhoffer
- 39 minutes