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Abstracts of the International 22nd Puijo Symposium: “Physical Exercise in Clinical Medicine – Critical Appraisal of Scientific Evidence”, Kuopio, Finland, June 24 – 28, 2014.

 

 Aaltonen Sari: 
CHILDHOOD MOTOR DEVELOPMENT AND LEISURE-TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN YOUNG ADULTHOOD: A DISCORDANT TWIN-PAIR ANALYSIS

Aartolahti Eeva: 
HEALTH CONDITION AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION AS PREDICTORS OF ADHERENCE IN LONG-TERM STRENGTH AND BALANCE TRAINING AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS

Atkinson Ceri: 
SYSTEMIC ADAPTATIONS TO EXERCISE TRAINING IN SKIN MICROCIRCULATION IN HUMANS

Blasco-Lafarga Cristina: 
FITNESS STANDARDS AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN a-MCI

Blasco-Lafarga Cristina: 
HRV IN MCI: LINEARS VS NONLINEAR ANALYSEES AND GENDER INFLUENCE

Blasco-Lafarga Cristina: 
MONITORING EARLY NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING IN CHRONIC INPATIENTS WITH COPD AND HF: CHANGES IN %Sp02 AND HEART RATE

Borland Maria: 
PHYSIOTHERAPIST-LED GROUP BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM IMPROVED PHYSICAL FITNESS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIS HEART FAILURE AND COMORBIDITIES. A randomized controlled trial.

Borodulin Katja: 
WHERE TO SIT? ASSOCIATIONS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF SITTING WITH CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS

Brito Leandro: 
POST-EXERCISE HYPOTENSION AND MECHANISMS ARE DIFFERENT IN THE MORNING AND EVENING

Chehuen M.: 
WALKING TRAINING IMPROVES CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION AND AUTONOMIC REGULATION IN INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Dempsey Paddy: 
ASSOCIATIONS OF TELEVISION VIEWING TIME WITH HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE

Dohrn Ing-Mari: 
BALANCE TRAINING INCREASES HEALTH-ENHANCING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS WITH OSTEOPOROSIS

Dohrn Ing-Mari: 
TAKING LESS THAN 5000 STEPS PER DAY IS ASSOCIATED WITH SLOWER GAIT SPEED, POORER BALANCE PERFORMANCE, LOWER QUALITY OF LIFE AND MORE SEDENTARY TIME IN ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS WITH OSTEOPOROSIS

Ekblom-Bak Elin: 
TAKOTSUBO SURVIVORS - THEY SIT MORE BUT EXERCISE AS GENERAL POPULATION

Endes Simon: 
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ARTERIAL STIFFNESS IN AN ELDERLY POPULATION: RESULTS OF THE SAPALDIA3 COHORT STUDY

Engberg Elina: 
HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IS RELATED TO CARDIORESPITATORY FITNESS IN WOMEN AT AINCREASED RISK FOR GESTATIONAL DIABETES

Eriksson Margareta: 
THE 7-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF THE BJÖRKNÄS LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION STUDY - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

Eskelinen Joonas: 
MYOCARDIAL VASCULAR FUNCTION, BUT NOT METABOLISM RESPOND DIFFERENTLY INTO HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL AND AEROBIC TRAINING

Füzéki E.: 
SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR AND MUSCULOSKELETAL HEALTH - A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

Gagnon DD: 
THE EFFECTS OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND WHOLE-BODY COOLING ON SKELETAL MUSCLE OXYGENATION DURING AEROBIC EXERCISE

Gurevitch V.S.: 
PRESCRIBED EXERCISE AND LIPID-LOWERING THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH MODERATE AND HIGH CARDIOVASCULAR RISK

Haapala Eero: 
DOES IGF-1 MEDIATE THE ASSOCIATIONS OF CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AND NEUROMUSCULAR PERFORMANCE WITH COGNITION IN PREPUBERTAL CHILDREN?

Hagströmer Maria: 
A 6 YEAR LONGTUDINAL STUDY OF ACCELOMETER MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SEDENTARY TIME IN SWEDISH ADULTS

Hagströmer Maria: 
CAN A HIGHLY CHALLENGING BALANCE TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ELDERLY WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE INCREASE HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS?

Hakola Leena: 
DETERMINANTS OF MAINTAINED INCREASE OF AEROBIC EXERCISE IN AGING MEN AND WOMEN IN A 4-YEAR RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL: THE DR'S EXTRA STUDY

Heikkilä Harri: 
DIET, INSULIN SECRETION AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY - THE DR'S EXTRA STUDY (ISRCTN45977199)

Heinonen Ilkka: 
THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE AND ENDURANCE TRAINING ON MYOCARDIAL BLOOD FLOW HETEROGENEITY

Helajärvi Harri: 
LONGITUDINAL ASSOCIATION OF TV VIEWING AND FATTY LIVER. The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study.

Hoogeboom T.J: 
MERITS OF EXERCISE THERAPY BEFORE MAJOR SURGERY

Hoogeboom T.J: 
THERAPEUTIC VALIDITY OF EXERCISE THERAPY IN RCTS

Howard Bethany: 
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATIONS OF LIGHT-INTENSITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH CARDIO-METABOLIC BIOMARKERS: NHANES 03-06

Hulmi Juha: 
AEROBIC METABOLISM AND OXIDATIVE STRESS ARE REGULATED BY EXERCISE AND MYOSTATIN/ACTIVIN BLOCKING IN DYSTROPHIC MICE

Jae Sae Young: 
CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS, INFLAMMATION, AND THE RISK OF INCIDENT HYPERTENSION IN MEN

Kallings Lena: 
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON PRESCRIPTION REDUCES SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR FOR 6 MONTHS, WITHOUT LONG TERM EFFECT

Knox Emily: 
EFFECTS OF EXAMPLARS OF MODERATE-TO-VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH: IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDIA CAMPAIGNS

Koponen Anne: 
TOTAL HEMOGLOBIN MASS, BLOOD VOLUME AND AEROBIC CAPACITY AFTER EXERCISE TRAINING INTERVENTION IN HEALTHY MEN AND MEN WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES

Kulmala Juha-Pekka: 
WHICH MUSCLES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR AGE-RELATED LOCOMOTOR DECLINE?

Lans Charlotta: 
PHYSICAL FITNESS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FAILURE UNDERGOING HOME-BASED PERIPHERAL MUSCLE TRAINING PROGRAM DURING 2 YEARS WITH DIFFERENT INTRODUCTORY REGIMES

Lehti Maarit: 
CIRCULATING HDL AS A MODULATOR OF FATTY ACID METABOLISM

Leskinen Tuija: 
PHYSICAL (IN)ACTIVITY AND NETWORK OF CHRONIC DISEASE RISK FACTORS: A TWIN STUDY

Lidin Matthias: 
A STRUCTURED LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION PROGRAM AFFECTS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS AND SEDENTARY TIME IN CARDIOVASCULAR RISK INDIVIDUALS

Loveday Adam: 
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TO DETERMINE THE LOCATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SEDENTARY BEHAVIOURS

Lundqvist Stefan: 
IMPLEMENTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON PRESCRIPTION IN PRIMARY CARE

Mellis Michelle: 
ADIPOSITY IS INDEPENDENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH FRAMINGHAM RISK SCORES IN HEALTHY ADULTS

Motiani Kumail: 
MODERATE INTENSITY TRAINING HAS MORE DESIRABLE EFFECTS ON LIVER METABOLISM THAN HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING IN HEALTHY, SEDENTARY, MIDDLE AGED MEN

Männikkö Reija: 
THE NORDIC DIET AND COGNITION – The DR's EXTRA Study

Nyberg Lillemor: 
TWO YEAR EFFECT OF AN EXERCISE INTERVENTION ON MAXIMAL STEP-UP HEIGHT IN FEMALE PRIMARY CARE PATIENTS

Orme M: 
OBJECTIVE PROFILING OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND TIME SEDENTARY IN COPD PATIENTS GROUPED BY LUNG FUNCTION AND SELF-REPORTED DISABILITY

Pahkala Katja: 
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SERUM METABOLIC PROFILE FROM ADOLESCENCE TO EARLY ADULTHOOD

Palma Bartira Pereira: 
INFLUENCE OF STRENGHT TRAINING ON NEUROMUSCULAR ADAPTATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Pasanen Kati: 
LOW BACK PAIN IN YOUNG TEAM SPORT PLAYERS

Pasqualini Leonella: 
EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN SUBJECTS WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME

Pecanha Tiago: 
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO CARDIOPULMONARY EXERCISE TEST IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Pentikäinen Heikki: 
MUSCLE STRENGHT AND COGNITION IN AGING MEN AND WOMEN: THE DR'S EXTRA STUDY

Pesola AJ: 
MUSCLE INACTIVITY TIME IS ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIO-METABOLIC BIOMARKERS INDEPENDENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Pletnikoff Paul: 
LOW LEISURE-TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HOMA-IR INSULIN RESISTANCE PREDICT CORONARY HEART DISEASE IN MEN WITH NO HISTORY OF DIABETES

Rottensteiner Mirva: 
PERSISTENCE OR CHANGE IN LEISURE-TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HABITS AND WAIST GAIN DURING EARLY ADULTHOOD: A TWIN-STUDY

Saanijoki Tiina: 
PHYSICAL EXERCISE ACTIVATES THE MU OPIOID SYSTEM IN HUMAN BRAIN

Salisbury Dereck: 
A COMPARISON OF LOWER BODY AEROBIC EXERCISE (le) WITH UPPER BODY ERGOMETRY (ube) TRAINING IN WALKING CAPACITY IN PAD PATIENTS

Sanders James: 
TECHNOLOGY FOR SELF-MONITORING SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Savonen Kai: 
METABOLIC SYNDROME, FLOW-MEDIATED VASODILATION AND CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS- THE DR'S EXTRA STUDY

Silva-Batista Carla: 
EFFECTS OF STRENGHT TRAINING AND INSTABILITY STRENGHT TRAINING ON NEUROMUSCULAR AND FUNCTIONAL VARIABLES OF PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Syväoja Heidi: 
THE ASSOCIATIONS OF OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SEDENTARY TIME WITH COGNITIVE FUNTIONS IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN

Söderström Johan: 
INFLUENCE OF FAMILY HISTORY OF DIABETES ON MUSCLE STRENGTH AND FITNESS - 1 YEAR RESULTS OF PPP-BOTNIA EXERCISE STUDY

Teisala Tiina: 
ASSOCIATIONS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FITNESS AND BODY COMPOSITION WITH HEART RATE VARIABILITY BASED INDICATORS OF STRESS AND RECOVERY ON WORKDAYS

Terson de Paleville Daniela: 
DEVELOPMENT OF INDIRECT TESTS TO ESTIMATE MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION AND BODY COMPOSITION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY

Tikkanen Olli: 
MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING DAILY LIFE IN THE OLDER PEOPLE

Valtonen Maarit: 
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A TEAM-BASED WORKSITE HEALTH PROMORION PROGRAM. THE SHIELD STYDY.

Venojärvi Mika: 
ENDURANCE EXERCISE MAINTAINS BENEFITS ACHIEVED DURING A RANDOMIZED 12-WEEK EXERCISE INTERVENTION: 12 MONTH FOLLOW-UP OF NOWASTEP STUDY

Wang Jong-Shyan: 
AEROBIC INTERVAL TRAINING ELICITS DIFFERENT HEMODYNAMIC ADAPTATIONS BETWEEN HEART FAILURE PATIENTS WITH PRESERVED AND REDUCED EJECTION FRACTIONS

Wasenius Niko: 
THE EFFECT OF NON-STRUCTURED LEISURE-TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON STRUCTURED EXERCISE INTERVENTION IN MEN WITH IMPAIRED GLUCOSE REGULATION

Wennberg Patrik: 
TELEVISION VIEWING OVER THE LIFE COURSE AND THE METABOLIC SYNDROME IN MID-ADULTHOOD: A LONGITUDINAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY

Wennman Heini: 
ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SLEEP PROFILES WITH CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS