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||Parmenter, B. J., Dieberg, G., & Smart, N. A. (2015). Exercise training for management of peripheral arterial disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports Medicine (Auckland, N.Z.), 45 (2), 231-244. doi: 10.1007/s40279-014-0261-z
||Exercise, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Training
||Analyzes the effects of exercise on peripheral arterial disease (PAD), using 41 studies that compared between exercise training and usual care. Finds that exercise improves peak VO2, 6-minute walk initial claudication, total walking distance, graded treadmill initial claudication, absolute claudication distance, but not ankle-brachial index or flow mediated dilatation. An important finding is that no-to-mild pain may be superior to moderate-to-maximum training pain.
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