Sports Medicine Book


Exercise History

Aka: Exercise History, Activity History
  1. See Also
    1. Activities of Daily Living
  2. Indications
    1. Assess physical function in chronic disease
      1. Example: Coronary Artery Disease
    2. Exercise tolerance increases Life Expectancy
      1. True even in otherwise healthy persons
      2. "Couch potatoes" have higher mobidity and mortality
  3. History
    1. How often do you do the following activities
      1. Climb stairs
      2. Vacuum
      3. Go shopping
      4. Bring in groceries
      5. Participate in structured Exercise program
      6. Go for a walk
    2. What limits you when you do these activities?
      1. Chest Pain
      2. Shortness of Breath
      3. Dizziness
      4. Calf pain
      5. Joint Pain (Knee, Hip or Back)
    3. What do you do to overcome these limits?
      1. Nitroglycerin for Chest Pain
      2. AlbuterolInhaler for Shortness of Breath
      3. Pain Medications (e.g. Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen)
      4. Sit and rest (for how long?)
    4. What would you like to do that you cannot now?
      1. Go on a trip with family
      2. Play with my grandchildren

Exercise history (C0457992)

Concepts Finding (T033)
SnomedCT 138013009, 266930008
English Exercise history, Exercise history (observable entity)
Spanish antecedentes de ejercicio físico (entidad observable), antecedentes de ejercicio físico
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

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