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IJCRR. 2017; 9(20): 14-18


Effect of Moderate and High Intensity Exercise on Maximum Oxygen Consumption and Health Related Quality of Life among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Participants-Pilot Study

Jyoti Chakraborty; Gopal Nambi; Kalindi Dev; Kalindi Dev.

Abstract
Aim: To determine the effectiveness of moderate and high intensity exercise on maximum oxygen consumption and health related quality of life among type 2 diabetes mellitus participants.
Method: In this study 10 individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus were selected based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. They are divided into two groups by Odd and Even method. Group A content of 5 participants, received moderate intensity exercise and group B content of 5 participants, received high intensity exercise. Outcomes are maximum oxygen consumption and health related quality of life were taken at the baseline and 4 weeks after the treatment. Both the groups participants continued their medications during study period.
Results: The post-test mean ±SD value of VO2max for Group-A is 38.64±4.18 and for Group-B is 47.98±5.58 this shows that Group-B is greater than Group A with P value 0.0171(p

Key words: Type 2 diabetes mellitus;Moderate intensity Exercise;High intensity Exercise;VO2max;HRQoL


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