Featured Book: ACSM’s Clinical Exercise Physiology
Covering more than 35 conditions commonly seen by the clinical exercise physiologist in practice, ACSM’s Clinical Exercise Physiology is one of the most extensive texts in the field. While primarily geared for use in college and university classrooms, it can also be used by those studying for the ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist (CEP) exam.
What is Covered?
- a single chapter dedicated to electrocardiography written for the CEP
- a chapter covering the fundamental concepts and potential applications of genetics
- chapters on preparticipation screening, respiratory diseases, cancer, behavioral and mental health, and legal considerations for the CEP
- chapter review questions and multiple case studies with questions in each chapter
ACSM’s Clinical Exercise Physiology includes many online-only resources, including a question bank. The interactive question bank for each chapter includes questions not found in the text. You can select just one or multiple chapters to review the topics you want, select how many questions to include and select Review Mode to see immediate feedback or Test Mode to see the answers after you complete all of the questions.
Want to know more? Learn about what sets this book apart and why it's a good fit for those preparing for the ACSM CEP exam by downloading a free sample and reading a Q&A with Dr. Thompson.
To take advantage of the online-only content included with the book use the access code and link on the inside cover of the book. To see other ACSM publications, go to the ACSM Resource Library and filter by the Publication format. Updates to book content can be found at the Updates to ACSM Books page.
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