A structured exercise programme during haemodialysis for patients with chronic kidney disease: clinical benefit and long-term adherence

@inproceedings{Anding2015ASE,
  title={A structured exercise programme during haemodialysis for patients with chronic kidney disease: clinical benefit and long-term adherence},
  author={Kirsten Anding and Thomas B{\"a}r and Joanna Trojniak-Hennig and Simone Kuchinke and Rolfdieter Krause and Jan – Michael Rost and Martin Halle},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVE Long-term studies regarding the effect of a structured physical exercise programme (SPEP) during haemodialysis (HD) assessing compliance and clinical benefit are scarce. STUDY DESIGN A single-centre clinical trial, non-randomised, investigating 46 patients with HD (63.2 ± 16.3 years, male/female 24/22, dialysis vintage 4.4 years) performing an SPEP over 5 years. The SPEP (twice/week for 60 min during haemodialysis) consisted of a combined resistance (8 muscle groups) and endurance… CONTINUE READING
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