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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1997;21(2):414-420.
Exercise Performance Test Using Bicycle Ergometer in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus.
Yi, Taeim , Oh, Hyeon Il , Jang, Ik Hwan , Koo, Dae Young
1Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Dong Rae Bong Seng Hospital, Korea.
2Department of Internal Medicine, Dong Rae Bong Seng Hospital, Korea.
당뇨 환자에서 자전거 운동 측력계를 이용한 운동 부하 검사
이태임, 오현일, 장익환, 구대영*
동래봉생병원 재활의학과 및 내과*
Abstract

The physical activity has an important physiological and psychological benefit for all people, and the exercise program has a key role in the management of diabetes. This article presents exercise recommendations for people with diabetes. Though the patients with diabetes may give many benefits from regular physical exercise, there may be several hazards from exercise as well.

We assessed 30 patients with type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and 15 normal control subjects with sedentary life-style for their workload, heart rate on maximal performance and maximal oxygen uptake, change of blood glucose level after exercise using bicycle ergometer and Astrand nomogram.

The workload, heart rate on maximal performance and maximal oxygen uptake were lower in diabetic patient than control subjects.

Blood glucose decreased in diabetic patient than control subjects, after exercise and the lowered value was maintained until 60 minutes after exercise.

The maximal oxygen uptake was lower in diabetic patients than control subjects. The blood glucose decreased in both diabetic patients and normal control after exercise.

Key Words: Diabetes mellitus, Exercise, Maximal oxygen uptake


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