Rest and exercise hemodynamic and metabolic findings in active duty soldiers referred for cardiac catheterization to exclude heart disease: Insights from past invasive cardiopulmonary exercise testing using multisensor high fidelity catheters

James A. Watts, Faith R. Kelly, Terry D. Bauch, Joseph P Murgo, Bernard J. Rubal

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