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Table 1 Subject characteristics and cardiac volumes at rest for men and women (mean±SD)

From: Moderate intensity supine exercise causes decreased cardiac volumes and increased outer volume variations: a cardiovascular magnetic resonance study

  Men n=20 Women n=6
Age (years) 30±9 29±8
Weight (kg) 78±12 61±14
Height (m) 1.80±0.07 1.68±0.07
THV (mL) 861±145 586±123
LVEDV (mL) 197±34 148±36
RVEDV (mL) 219±37 149±39
LVSV (mL) 109±19 87±22
RVSV (mL) 110±17 84±23
LVM (g) 126±22 79±17
LAes (mL) 89±19 65±24
RAes (mL) 134±33 90±22
  1. g = gram, kg = kilogram, LAes = left atrial volume measured at ventricular end-systole, LVEDV = left ventricular end-diastolic volume, LVM = left ventricular mass, LVSV = left ventricular stroke volume, m = metre, mL = millilitre, RAes = right atrial volume measured at ventricular end-systole, RVEDV = right ventricular end-diastolic volume, RVSV = right ventricular stroke volume, THV = total heart volume, THVV = total heart volume variation.