Source: Circulation, 2011, 123 (5) p. 491-498
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Date of publication: February 2011
Publication type: Research
In a nutshell: This clinical trial compared home-based and supervised exercise programmes among peripheral artery disease patients. The results of the study found that a home-based exercise programme had high adherence and was effective in improving claudication measures and increasing daily ambulatory activity.
Length of publication: 8 pages
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Acknowledgement: American Heart Association