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|Systems and methods to assess clinical status and response to drug therapy and exercise|
New methods and machine implemented systems measure patient health symptoms and clinical endpoints, communicate prescribed exercise programs to patients, coach or encourage patients to exert themselves within a predetermined protocol or beyond accustomed levels (in treatment of parkinson's disease), or below accustomed levels (in treatment of cardiac rehabilitation), track patient compliance to exercise instructions, record and commutate data for physician review and for system optimization wherein databases of exercise programs may be modified to comport with measured patient success. Measurements of patient exercises and health changes are also used to provide refined diagnosis and status of disease.
|Predictive biomarkers for response to exercise|
A set of biomarkers have been identified that allows one to predict subjects who will respond to an exercise regime in term of cardiorespiratory fitness as assessed by maximal oxygen uptake. These predictions may be used, for example, to predict risk of cardiovascular disease, to design a more effective program for cardiac rehabilitation, to predict capacity for athletic performance or physically demanding occupation, and to predict ability to maintain functional capacity with aging using exercise..
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