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Supervised exercise therapy versus non-supervised exercise therapy for intermittent claudication.
BACKGROUND Although supervised exercise therapy is considered to be of significant benefit for people with leg pain (peripheral arterial disease (PAD)), implementing supervised exercise programsExpand
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Supervised exercise therapy versus home-based exercise therapy versus walking advice for intermittent claudication.
BACKGROUND Although supervised exercise therapy (SET) provides significant symptomatic benefit for patients with intermittent claudication (IC), it remains an underutilized tool. WidespreadExpand
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Modes of exercise training for intermittent claudication.
BACKGROUND According to international guidelines and literature, all patients with intermittent claudication should receive an initial treatment of cardiovascular risk modification, lifestyleExpand
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Multidisciplinary treatment for peripheral arterial occlusive disease and the role of eHealth and mHealth
Increasingly unaffordable health care costs are forcing care providers to develop economically viable and efficient health care plans. Currently, only a minority of all newly diagnosed peripheralExpand
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Physical activity monitoring in patients with intermittent claudication.
OBJECTIVES Reduced physical activity (PA) is associated with a higher mortality rate and more rapid functional decline in patients with intermittent claudication (IC). The newest generation ofExpand
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Cost‐effectiveness of supervised exercise therapy compared with endovascular revascularization for intermittent claudication
Current guidelines recommend supervised exercise therapy (SET) as the preferred initial treatment for patients with intermittent claudication. The availability of SET programmes is, however, limitedExpand
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The effect of supervised exercise therapy on physical activity and ambulatory activities in patients with intermittent claudication.
OBJECTIVE/BACKGROUND Intermittent claudication (IC) is associated with a reduction in physical activity (PA) and a more rapid functional decline leading to a higher mortality rate compared withExpand
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Editor's choice--The effect of supervision on walking distance in patients with intermittent claudication: a meta-analysis.
BACKGROUND A number of reviews have reported the influence of exercise therapy (ET) for the treatment of intermittent claudication (IC). However, a complete overview of different types of ET isExpand
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Significant savings with a stepped care model for treatment of patients with intermittent claudication.
OBJECTIVES International guidelines recommend supervised exercise therapy (SET) as primary treatment for intermittent claudication (IC). The aim of this study was to calculate treatment costs inExpand
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Physical activity monitoring in patients with peripheral arterial disease: validation of an activity monitor.
OBJECTIVES The daily life physical activity (PA) of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) may be severely hampered by intermittent claudication (IC). From a therapeutic, as well asExpand
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