Because of this preparation, he was able to overcome the stress of surgery, and returned home after 1 week where he continued to improve his functional capacity
and remained independent.
In 1983, the Polinsky Functional Capacity
Assessment was the first widely available commercial FCE and, in the late 1980s, Blankenship FCEs became available.
All the patients were assessed as NYHA class I with regards to functional capacity
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6] In 2009, Merete Bertelson et al  found significantly better functional capacity
3 months after a multidisciplinary physical therapy intervention and at one-year follow-up.
With ageing, the functional capacity
of the neuromuscular, cardiovascular and respiratory system progressively starts to diminish, and this leads to an increased risk of frailty.
And now, Vancouver residents can undergo Functional Capacity
Evaluations (FCE) through Burrard Physiotherapy.
After the functional capacity
test was completed, anaerobic threshold (AT) was calculated from the test data.
The sample was assessed before and after the intervention with respect to the perception of pain by Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) and functional capacity
by measuring joint range (goniometry), muscle strength (dynamometry digital) and the WOMAC scale, establishing the significance level to rule out the null hypothesis if p < 0.
Thus the cognitive status can also influence the functional capacity
and other aspects of life, such as personal, social, leisure and work (FREITAS et al.
The initial 53-patient TITAN clinical trial demonstrated significant relief from FMR and improvements in functional capacity
and quality of life compared to a contemporaneously-enrolled control group.
case; 431 on the functional capacity
of the immune system by measuring specific antibody responses to an influenza vaccination.