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In the article1 that appeared in the March/April issue, the authors would like to make the following corrections:


1. On page 169, a revised Figure showing the different HR targets and measures adjacent to their position on the figure.


2. In Table 2 on page 169, there is a missing data on the last line of the 3rd column. It should say "3.47(0.6) to 3.8 (0.77)."

FIGURE. Mean exercis... - Click to enlarge in new windowFIGURE. Mean exercise HR rate by session and compared with 30% to 50% above RHR and 60% to 85% HRmax GXT. HR indicates heart rate; RHR, resting heart rate; HRmax GXT, maximal or peak heart rate achieved on graded exercise test.

3. The authors would also like to note that since the publication of this article, there is a new qualifying diagnosis (heart failure) that has been added to Cardiac Rehab.




1. Sebastian LA, Reeder S, Williams M. Determining target heart rate for exercising in a cardiac rehabilitation program: a retrospective study. J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2015; 30(2): 164-171. [Context Link]