How can exercise be incorporated into the routine care of patients on dialysis?

  title={How can exercise be incorporated into the routine care of patients on dialysis?},
  author={Nancy Kutner},
  journal={International Urology and Nephrology},
Regular physical activity and exercise can have many beneficial effects for dialysis patients. The provision of an opportunity for patients to exercise at their treatment center has several advantages, but almost any method of increasing activity is likely to be beneficial. In addition to in-center programs such as cycling exercise before or during dialysis, other exercise options include participation in community-based walking programs, water exercise or swimming, yoga, Tai Chi, or low-level… CONTINUE READING

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