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    Among patients in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) on beta-adrenergic blockade (βB) therapy, this study describes the frequency for which target heart rate (THR) values computed using a predicted maximal heart rate (HR max ), correspond to a THR computed using a measured HR max in the guideline-based heart rate reserve (HR reserve ) method. Before CR, patients completed a cardiopulmonary exercise test to measure HR max , with the data used to determine THR via the HR reserve method. Additionally, predicted HR max was computed for all patients using the 220 - age equation and two disease-specific equations, with the predicted values used to calculate THR via the straight percent and HR reserve methods. The THR was also computed using resting heart rate (HR) +20 and +30 bpm. Mean predicted HR max using the 220 - age equation (161 ± 11 bpm) and the disease-specific equations (123 ± 9 bpm) differed ( P < .001) from measured HR max (133 ± 21 bpm). Also, THR computed using predicted HR max resulted in values that were infrequently within the guideline-based HR reserve range calculated using measured HR max . Specifically, 0 to ≤61% of patients would have had an exercise training HR that fell within the guideline-based range of 50-80% of measured HR reserve . Use of standing resting HR +20 or +30 bpm would have resulted in 100% and 48%, respectively, of patients exercising below 50% of HR reserve . A THR computed using either predicted HR max or resting HR +20 or +30 bpm seldom results in a prescribed exercise intensity that is consistent with guideline recommendations for patients in CR. Copyright © 2023 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Steven J Keteyian, Katherina Steenson, Crystal Grimshaw, Noah Mandel, Wanda Koester-Qualters, Robert Berry, Dennis J Kerrigan, Jonathon K Ehrman, Edward L Peterson, Clinton A Brawner. Among Patients Taking Beta-Adrenergic Blockade Therapy, Use Measured (Not Predicted) Maximal Heart Rate to Calculate a Target Heart Rate for Cardiac Rehabilitation. Journal of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and prevention. 2023 Nov 01;43(6):427-432

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    PMID: 37311037

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