pain-free walking distance

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pain-free walking distance

The distance that a person with peripheral arterial disease can walk before claudication pain begins.
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The ramipril group (n=14) improved maximum treadmill walking distance by an adjusted mean of 131 meters (m) (95% confidence interval [CI], 62-199; P=.001), improved treadmill intermittent claudication distance by 122 m (95% CI, 56-188; P=.001), and improved patient-reported walking distance by 159 m (95% CI, 66-313; P=.043).

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