maximum walking distance

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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Pre-and post-operative Oswestry Disability Index score, visual analogue scale for overall pain, maximum walking distance and anteroposterior diameter of the spinal canal on magnetic resonance imaging were assessed on follow-up examination.
Data pertaining to surgical characteristics, Oswestry Disability Index (ODI) score, visual analogue scale (VAS) for overall pain in the leg and lower back, maximum walking distance (MWD), anteroposterior (AP) diameter of the spinal canal on MRI, surgical complications and follow-up charac teristics were prospectively collected.
The exact set depends on the type of agent but only includes parking options within the maximum walking distance of 1,000 meter.
(2) Acceptable Maximum Walking Distance. In shared parking, the acceptable walking distance is directly related to whether or not travelers are willing to accept another parking lot as an alternative option and the extent of the willingness if the preferred parking lot cannot satisfy their demand.
With stimulation, the patient's maximum walking distance increased to more than 1,400 meters (in 41 minutes) with stimulation.
Myriam Hunink, MD, PhD, of the Erasmus University Medical Center, in the Netherlands, found that endovascular revascularization (aninvasive procedure that inserts a stent to improve blood flow in an artery) plus supervised exercise(combination therapy) was associated with greater improvement in maximum walking distance compared with supervised exercise-,only.
Maximum walking distance between time intervals to is approximated by an accelerometer.
After 12 weeks of OGT with FES, the subject achieved a maximum walking distance of 309 m and a maximal speed of 0.20 m/s with the neuroprosthesis, but volitional walking function was unchanged.
Maximum walking distance (MWD) was defined as the distance that had been walked on the treadmill when patients were unable to continue because of severe claudication pain.
* The improvement in maximum walking distance was as great as that gained from physical training.
Maximum walking distance (MWD) was defined as the distance covered on the treadmill until the patient voluntarily terminated exercise as a result of severe claudication pain that could not be tolerated.
The ankle brachial index (ABI), a commonly used clinical measure to predict the functional capacity of patients with PAD, did not predict pain-free walking distance (PFWD) or the maximum walking distance (MWD).
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