Long-term outcomes of supervised exercise in peripheral artery disease: Impact of differing modes of exercise 1–4 years after intervention

Long-term outcomes of supervised exercise in peripheral artery disease: Impact of differing modes of exercise 1–4 years after intervention
The prevalence and debilitating nature of peripheral artery disease (PAD) mandate the development and aggressive implementation of the most efficacious treatment strategies available. Research has clearly demonstrated that supervised exercise in individuals with PAD and lifestyle-limiting claudication leads to improved outcomes in the short term. An important factor in determining the relative value of exercise training in PAD rehabilitation is the extent to which the benefits are sustained over time. ... read more
Source: Journal of Vascular NursingPublished on 2018-04-06