Functional Capacity (METS) Stratification

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Functional capacity is often expressed in terms of metabolic equivalents (METS), where 1 MET is the resting or basal oxygen consumption of a 40–year-old, 70-kg man. Functional capacity is classified as excellent (>10 METS), good (7 METs to 10 METS), moderate (4 METs to 6 METS), poor (<4 METS), or unknown. Perioperative cardiac and long-term risks are increased in patients unable to perform 4 METs of work during daily activities.

Which of these can you do?
[checkbox name="Q1" value="Bicycling at a pace of 11 mph (6 METS)=1|Bowling (4 METS)=1|Dance, Slow Step (4 METS)=1|Dance, Square Dancing (5 METS)=1|Dance, Fast Step (Aerobic) (6 METS)=1|Exercise Equipment - Elliptical trainer, moderate effort (5 METS)=1|Exercise Equipment - Exercise bike bicycling, moderate to vigorous effort (6.8 METS)=1|Exercise Equipment - Exercise bike bicycling, spin class (8.5 METS)=1|Exercise Equipment - Rowing machine, moderate effort (4.8 METS)=1|Exercise Equipment - Ski machine (6.8 METS)=1|Fishing from river bank and walking (4 METS)=1|Golf without a cart, walking (4 METS)=1|Housework, perform *heavy* work around the house (4.3 METS)=1|Hunting deer, elk, large game (6 METS)=1|Jumping rope (12.3 METS)=1|Playing Sports - Baseball (5 METS)=1|Playing Sports - Basketball (6.5 METS)=1|Playing Sports - Football (touch or flag) (4 METS)=1|Playing Sports - Softball (5 METS)=1|Playing Sports - Tennis Singles (5 METS)=1|Playing Sports - Volleyball (4 METS)=1|Running/Jogging at 5 mph (8.7 METS)=1|Have sexual relations? (2.8 to 5.25 METS)=1|Shoveling (5 METS)=1|Skating at 10 MPH (5 METS)=1|Skiing, downhill snowskiing (8 METS)=1|Skiing, waterskiing (6 METS)=1|Swimming at 0.25 mph (4 METS)=1|Walk on level ground at 4 mph (4 METS)=1"]

Total --> [calc memo="number of activities" value="score=(Q1)"] activities which require at least moderate (4 to 6 METS) functional capacity.

[checkbox memo="References (Hide/Show)" name="footnotes" value=""][conditional field="footnotes" condition="(footnotes).isNot('')"][link memo="Ainsworth BE et al. The Compendium of Physical Activities Tracking Guide. Healthy Lifestyles Research Center, College of Nursing & Health Innovation, Arizona State University. Retrieved 2/25/2017 from the World Wide Web. " url="https://sites.google.com/site/compendiumofphysicalactivities/"][link memo="Fleisher LA et al. 2014 ACC/AHA guideline on perioperative cardiovascular evaluation and management of patients undergoing noncardiac surgery: executive summary: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines. Circulation. 2014 Dec 9;130(24):2215-45." url="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25085962"][/conditional]
Functional capacity is often expressed in terms of metabolic equivalents (METS), where 1 MET is the resting or basal oxygen consumption of a 40–year-old, 70-kg man. Functional capacity is classified as excellent (>10 METS), good (7 METs to 10 METS), moderate (4 METs to 6 METS), poor (<4 METS), or unknown. Perioperative cardiac and long-term risks are increased in patients unable to perform 4 METs of work during daily activities.

Which of these can you do?


Total --> number of activitiesscore=(Q1) activities which require at least moderate (4 to 6 METS) functional capacity.

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