Updated 8/10/13 SKF Case Study Ms. McAdams: 65-year-old woman referred to community-based cardiac rehabilitation. Although asymptomatic, she is obese, has HTN, and elevated FPG. Eight years prior, she fell during a hiking trip and now has chronic knee pain due to arthritis which has led to her sedentary lifestyle. She wishes to begin an exercise program that will assist her in losing weight and decreasing her risk for CVD. CLINICAL DATA Resting HR (bpm) Resting BP (mmHg) Physical exam Medication RISK FACTOR DATA Family History Smoking Lipids (ml/dL) FPG (mg/dL) Weight (lbs) Height (in) PA status Occupation GXT DATA Protocol (time) Peak VO2 (ml/kg/min) Sit-to-stand (sec) VALUE / MEASUREMENT 80 160/90 Tender knees, notable crepitus, decreased ROM None Unknown Never TC: 198 LDL: 102 HDL: 64 TRG: 135 126 170 63 None within last 5-8 years Retired Modified Bruce (8:30) 24.3 31.3 Aerobic Area: treadmills, monarch bicycles, arm ergometers, schwin airdynes, stair masters, stair steppers, rowing machines, swimming pool for lap swimming, recumbent bicycles, indoor track, aerobics classes and wall climbers Muscular Area: bench press, leg curl, ankle flexion, shoulder press, back extension, bent-over-rowing, leg press, squat, heel raise, hip extension, lateral pull, upright rowing, shoulder shrug, forearm curls, chest butterfly, leg extension, arm extension, incline shoulder press, sit up board, leg ab/ad-ductor; cable machines, modified pull-up machine, dumbbells, medicine balls, etc.