Assist fitness trainers to analyze health risks before coaching

Hemodynamic monitoring helps to detect cardiac dysfunction and customize proper exercise. Healthy diet plans, and lifestyle adjustments for their clients.

According to research, the new tool and the need for medical clearance prior to beginning an exercise program is based on the following variables.

  • An individual’s current exercise participation
  • History of cardiovascular, metabolic or renal disease or signs or symptoms suggestive of disease
  • Desired exercise intensity of the client

Assessing Cardiovascular Risk with Fitness Clients

Prioritizing and investigating clients’ health history according to recent research and recommendations to minimize risk and identify potential unknown risk factors is part of the role of a personal trainer.

The first step in using the new tool is to identify those individuals who do or do not participate currently in exercise. The goal is to more accurately and clearly classify individuals who are simply unaccustomed to activity from those who may legitimately be at risk for cardiac complications.

Signs and Symptoms

  • Shortness of breath at rest or upon mild exertion
  • Dizziness or syncope
  • Ankle edema
  • Palpitations or tachycardia
  • Known heart murmur
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Shortness of breath with usual activities

If a client displays or develops any of the above signs or symptoms, refer him or her to a qualified medical professional center for cardiovascular screening

Intensive Cardio Profile certified by FDA by Sramek, it may help:

  • Early detection of cardiovascular issues even both ECG and Echocardiography showed normal
  • 24 intensive cardiovascular parameters show full picture of heart function
  • Guideline to professional trainers for their clients’ training plan and direction
  • Show results (before and after) comparison to trainers to adjust their training strategies
  • To prevent unnecessary accidents during training