Predictors of motor tasks essential for daily activities among persons with heart failure.

@article{Seo2008PredictorsOM,
  title={Predictors of motor tasks essential for daily activities among persons with heart failure.},
  author={Yaewon Seo and Beverly L Roberts and Ileana Pina and Mary A. Dolansky},
  journal={Journal of cardiac failure},
  year={2008},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={
          296-302
        }
}
BACKGROUND To engage in daily activities, persons must be able to perform basic motor tasks, such as walking around the house, climbing up stairs, standing up from the sofa, and so forth. For patients with heart failure (HF), activity intolerance, symptoms of HF, muscle strength, and balance contribute to the "ability" to perform daily activities. Many patients with HF reported that they are able to perform motor tasks, but they modify how they do the tasks. The purpose of the study was to… CONTINUE READING

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