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18 may 2015


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ISBN: 978-0-7360-3872-0
Sinopsis: Get an updated and quick reference for the successful exercise management of 46 chronic diseases and disabilities.

The second edition of the landmark text published in 1997 includes eight new conditions and features updated information, current research, and the latest scientific developments to help you

* prescribe exercise programming and testing for clients, especially those coping with multiple conditions;
* keep informed of the latest developments related to chronic diseases and disabilities;
* apply exercise programming in your day-to-day practice;
* parlay specific symptoms of a disease or disability into an effective exercise testing or programming prescription; and
* stay current on the latest drugs used to treat chronic diseases and disabilities.

More comprehensive than ever, the revised content of ACSM’s Exercise Management for Persons With Chronic Diseases and Disabilities, Second Edition, emphasizes practical application rather than scientific theory.

You’ll find valuable, new coverage of fibromyalgia, lower-limb amputation, liver failure, and pulmonary diseases, including chronic obstructive and chronic restrictive pulmonary disease, asthma, and lung and heart-lung transplantation.

Each chapter is written by an expert in his or her field and contains a real-life case report featuring real people’s symptoms, medical histories, lab results and exercise test scores, and actual exercise programming and follow-up information.

The reference includes guidance on multiple chronic diseases and additional information about exercise programming, including considerations regarding physical activity for youth.

Practitioners will appreciate the expanded list of medications—it includes more classes of commonly used drugs, an expanded table listing the effects of cardiovascular and respiratory drugs on the exercise response and exercise capacity, and a new table listing the effects of noncardiovascular and nonrespiratory drugs. In addition, the book presents a new listing of Web site resources grouped by the disease or disability featured on the site.

If you have a strong working knowledge of exercise science, there is no better source of simple clinical recommendations for establishing a successful exercise management program for persons with chronic diseases and disabilities.

J. Larry Durstine, PhD, FACSM
Geoffrey E. Moore, MD, FACSM
William F. Riner, PhD, FACSM
Richard J. Sabath, EdD, FACSM
Scott O. Roberts, PhD, FACSM
Peter H. Brubaker, PhD, FACSM
Barry Franklin, PhD, FACSM
Adam Gitkin, MS
Martha Canulette, RN, BS
Daniel Friedman, MD, FACSM
J. Edwin Atwood, MD
Jonathan Myers, PhD, FACSM
Michael West, MD
Steven J. Keteyian, PhD, FACSM
Clinton Brawner, BS
Neil Gordon, MD, FACSM
Andrew W. Gardner, PhD
Christopher Womack, PhD
Christopher Cooper, MD, FACSM
Connie C. W. Hsia, MD
Christopher J. Clark, MD
Patricia A. Nixon, PhD, FACSM
David J. Ross, MD
Patricia L. Painter, PhD, FACSM
Joanne Krasnoff, MS
Ann L. Albright, PhD
W. Guyton Hornsby, Jr., PhD
Paul D. Thompson, MD, FACSM
Janet P. Wallace, PhD, FACSM
Connie Bayles, PhD, FACSM
Anna L. Schwartz, PhD
Arlette Perry, PhD, FACSM
Arthur LaPerriere, PhD, FACSM
Nancy Klimas, MD
Stephen P. Bailey, PhD, PT
Barbara Meyer, PhD
Kathy Lemley, PT
Kirsten L. Johansen, MD
Kenneth H. Pitetti, PhD, FACSM
Marian A. Minor, PhD, PT
Donald R. Kay, MD
Maureen J. Simmonds, PT, PhD
Thomas E. Dreisinger, PhD
Susan A. Bloomfield, PhD
Susan S. Smith, PT, PhD
Mark H. Pedrotty, PhD
Stephen F. Figoni, PhD, RKT, FACSM
Karen Palmer-McLean, PhD, PT
Kimberly B. Harbst, PhD, PT
Lorraine E. Colson Bloomquist, EdD, FACSM
Janet A. Mulcare, PhD, FACSM
Thomas J. Birk, PhD, PT
Karen Nau White, PhD, PT
James Laskin, PhD, PT
Rhonda K. Stanley, PhD, PT
Elizabeth J. Protas, PhD, FACSM
Bo Fernhall, PhD, FACSM
James H. Rimmer, PhD, FACSM
Gary S. Skrinar, PhD, FACSM
Anthony P. Marsh, PhD
About the Author
About the ACSM
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) is the largest, most respected sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world. What started with a group of only 11 physicians, physiologists, and educators in 1954 has evolved into a diversified professional association that comprises more than 18,000 members in more than 50 different professions today.

ACSM is dedicated to promoting and integrating scientific research, education, and practical applications of sports medicine and exercise science to maintain and enhance physical performance, fitness, health, and quality of life.
Table of Contents
Section I: Framework
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Framework
Chapter 3. Considerations Regarding Physical Activity for Children and Youth

Section II: Cardiovascular Diseases
Chapter 4. Myocardial Infarction
Chapter 5. Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery and Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty
Chapter 6. Angina and Silent Ischemia
Chapter 7. Atrial Fibrillation
Chapter 8. Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators
Chapter 9. Valvular Heart Disease
Chapter 10. Chronic Heart Failure
Chapter 11. Cardiac Transplant
Chapter 12. Hypertension
Chapter 13. Peripheral Arterial Disease
Chapter 14. Aneurysms

Section III: Pulmonary Diseases
Chapter 15. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Chapter 16. Chronic Restrictive Pulmonary Disease
Chapter 17. Asthma
Chapter 18. Cystic Fibrosis
Chapter 19. Lung and Heart-Lung Transplantation

Section IV: Metabolic Diseases
Chapter 20. End-Stage Metabolic Disease: Renal Failure and Liver Failure
Chapter 21. Diabetes
Chapter 22. Hyperlipidemia
Chapter 23. Obesity
Chapter 24. Frailty

Section V: Immunological/Hematological Disorders
Chapter 25. Cancer
Chapter 26. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Chapter 27. Abdominal Organ Transplant (Kidney, Liver, Pancreas)
Chapter 28. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chapter 29. Fibromyalgia
Chapter 30. Anemia
Chapter 31. Bleeding and Clotting Disorders

Section VI: Orthopedic Diseases and Disabilities
Chapter 32. Arthritis
Chapter 33. Lower Back Pain Syndrome
Chapter 34. Osteoporosis
Chapter 35. Lower-Limb Amputation

Section VII: Neuromuscular Disorders
Chapter 36. Stroke and Brain Injury
Chapter 37. Spinal Cord Disabilities: Paraplegia and Tetraplegia
Chapter 38. Muscular Dystrophy
Chapter 39. Epilepsy
Chapter 40. Multiple Sclerosis
Chapter 41. Polio and Post-Polio Syndrome
Chapter 42. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Chapter 43. Cerebral Palsy
Chapter 44. Parkinson’s Disease

Section VIII: Cognitive, Psychological, and Sensory Disorders
Chapter 45. Mental Retardation
Chapter 46. Alzheimer’s Disease
Chapter 47. Mental Illness
Chapter 48. Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Chapter 49. Visual Impairment

Appendix A. Generic and Brand Names of Commonly Used Drugs by Class
Appendix B. Effects of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Drugs on Exercise Capacity
Appendix C. Effects of Noncardiovascular and Nonrespiratory Drugs on Exercise Capacity
Appendix D. Web Sites for Additional Resources on Chronic Diseases and Disabilities

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