A Case of Exercise-Induced Coronary Thrombosis in a Young Adult
Keywords:Thrombosis, Physical exercise, Coronary thrombosis, Coronary angiography
AbstractThis case suggests that attention should be paid to the effect of physical exercise on the time of occurrence of cardiovascular events. Exercise is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, acute exercise may be the direct cause of thrombotic events; on the other hand, exercise training can reduce the potential risk of cardiovascular events. This case suggests that appropriate studies are needed to determine the effects of long-term and short-term exercise, exercise time and exercise intensity on platelet aggregation and activity, thereby reducing the occurrence of cardiovascular events. For people with a high cardiovascular risk or those who exercise infrequently, they are advised to start exercise at low to moderate intensity to reduce the risk of thrombosis.
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