Can A Ride On The Treadmill Predict Your Mortality?

Having created a new algorithm called the

FIT Treadmill Score, they believe they can predict long-term death risk based solely on treadmill exercise performance. A person's score is determined by how well he or she does exercising on a treadmill at an increasing speed and incline. Originally described in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, the research team analyzed over 58,000 heart stress tests to help them create a formula that can estimate a person's risk of dying over a decade. They believe that the score could provide important details about a person's health and that it should be calculated for anyone undergoing cardiac stress testing.

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