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Exercise therapy for chronic diseases: disability and long term clinical outcomes in a cohort of patients with peripheral arterial disease enrolled in an original rehabilitation program
(Universidad de Córdoba, UCOPress, 2019)
INTRODUCTION Peripheral artery disease (PAD) at intermediate stages is responsible for walking disability and quality of life reduction among 3-10% of the population and 15-20% of patients over 70 years. Surgery is unable ...
Rehabilitative Exercise Reduced the Impact of Peripheral Artery Disease on Vascular Outcomes in Elderly Patients with Claudication: A Three-Year Single Center Retrospective Study
The study retrospectively evaluated the association between rehabilitative outcomes and risk of peripheral revascularizations in elderly peripheral artery disease (PAD) patients with claudication. Eight-hundred thirty-five ...
Restless Leg Syndrome in Peripheral Artery Disease: Prevalence among Patients with Claudication and Benefits from Low-Intensity Exercise
Restless leg syndrome (RLS) disrupts sleep, affecting the quality of life of patients with various chronic diseases. We assessed the prevalence of RLS in peripheral artery disease (PAD) patients and the effects of a pain-free ...