The whole-body electromyostimulation associated to active exercises enhance functional capacity but not on the cardiac autonomic modulation, in early rehabilitation after bariatric surgery

P. Ricci (São Carlos, Brazil), L. Di Thommazo-Luporini (São Carlos, Brazil), L. Delgado André (São Carlos, Brazil), S. Pilon Jürgensen (São Carlos, Brazil), A. Borghi-Silva (São Carlos, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Novel interventions and models of pulmonary rehabilitation
Session: Novel interventions and models of pulmonary rehabilitation
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 3980

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P. Ricci (São Carlos, Brazil), L. Di Thommazo-Luporini (São Carlos, Brazil), L. Delgado André (São Carlos, Brazil), S. Pilon Jürgensen (São Carlos, Brazil), A. Borghi-Silva (São Carlos, Brazil). The whole-body electromyostimulation associated to active exercises enhance functional capacity but not on the cardiac autonomic modulation, in early rehabilitation after bariatric surgery. 3980

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