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Blood Pressure Response to Treadmill Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test in Children with Normal Cardiac Anatomy and Function
4 days ago - By The Journal of Pediatrics
To describe blood pressure responses during cardiopulmonary exercise testing and propose criteria for abnormal BP responses in children with normal hearts.
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