Summary

The concept of a holistic approach to risk stratification is encouraged. This would include the use of traditional medical risk and a broader view of other CHD risk markers and assessment techniques. As there is no gold standard for risk stratification, exercise leaders are encouraged to use those reviewed along with their clinical experience.

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