Entrenamiento Interválico de Alta Intensidad en insuficiencia Cardiaca

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  • Dr. Francisco Morales Acuña Indiana State University, Estados Unidos.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59856/arch.soc.chil.med.deporte.v61i2.5

Palabras clave:

Entrenamiento Interválico de Alta Intensidad, Insuficiencia Cardiaca, Rehabilitación Cardiaca

Resumen

La insuficiencia cardiaca es una condición caracterizada por la incapacidad del corazón para bombear suficiente sangre y abastecer las necesidades metabólicas corporales, con una prevalencia de 26 millones de personas diagnosticadas en el mundo. El entrenamiento físico es parte fundamental en el tratamiento, siendo la recomendación actual el ejercicio a moderada intensidad continúo durante 30 minutos de 5 a 7 veces a la semana. En el estudio aleatorizado más grande realizado hasta la fecha, el HF-ACTION, solo se evidenció una modesta mejoría en los pacientes en que se empleó ejercicio a moderada intensidad y continúo; es por esto que han aparecido otras alternativas, como es el entrenamiento interválico de alta intensidad. Este último ha demostrado incremento en la capacidad cardiorrespiratoria, mejora en la función vascular, muscular y en la calidad de vida de pacientes con insuficiencia cardiaca.

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05-12-2016

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Entrenamiento Interválico de Alta Intensidad en insuficiencia Cardiaca. Revista Archivos SOCHMEDEP [Internet]. 2016 Dec. 5 [cited 2024 May 20];61(2):55-6. Available from: https://revistasochmedep.cl/index.php/Revista/article/view/5

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