Peih-Ling Tsaih

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OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of a task-oriented ambulation training program in regaining walking, balance, and activity of daily living performance for ambulation-challenged residents with walking potential in long-term care facilities. DESIGN Fifty ambulation-challenged residents with walking potential were randomly(More)
Rate of perceived exertion (RPE) is a clinically convenient indicator for monitoring exercise intensity in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. It might not be sensitive enough for clinicians to determine the patients' physiological status because its association with the cardiovascular system and local muscle factors is unknown. This study used the(More)
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