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maximum walking distance

The amount of distance a person with peripheral arterial disease is able to walk before the claudication pain becomes so severe that the patient is forced to stop.
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The primary outcome measures analysed were haemodynamic variables, 6 minutes' walk test, maximal walking distance and the pain-free walking distance.
The primary efficacy end point of the trial is the change in the maximal walking distance from baseline during an exercise treadmill test.
In addition, the primary efficacy end point of the trial is the change in the maximal walking distance from baseline during an exercise treadmill test.
found that a 6-week pain-free upper limb cycle ergometry exercise training programme and lower limb cycling training produced equal improvements in maximal walking distance (MWD) and pain-free walking distance (PFWD).
As part of the screening process for the randomized controlled trial, his maximal walking distance was tested under standardized conditions in a quiet hospital hallway between two orange cones placed on the floor 100 feet (30.48 m) apart.
Maximal walking distance was the main outcome after baseline voluntary recovery was maximized with aggressive robotic-assisted body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWS-TT).
Six of the seven studies that assessed maximal walking distance reported significant differences favoring ginkgo over placebo, with the differences ranging from 36 to 189 meters.
* OUTCOMES MEASURED The primary study end point was a comparison of the relative effects of cilostazol and pentoxifylline on walking ability, as measured by maximal walking distance on a standardized treadmill test.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: In patients with peripheral arterial disease, upper limb exercise training produces lesser improvements in maximal walking distance and pain-free walking distance than lower limb cycling training.
A 2-week run-in period followed that included three treadmill tests to assess stability of the maximal walking distance. Patients were then randomized in a double-blind fashion to receive either placebo or propionyl-L-carnitine at an initial dose of 1 g per day.
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