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Reduced Physical Fitness in Patients with Heart Failure as a Possible Risk Factor for Impaired Driving Performance (2015)

Alosco, M. L., Penn, M.S., Spitznagel, M. B., Cleveland, M. J., Ott, B.R., & Gunstad, J. (2015). Reduced physical fitness in patients with heart failure as a possible risk factor for impaired driving performance. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6902260010.

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Reduced physical fitness secondary to heart failure may contribute to poor driving as it is a known correlate of cognitive impairment and has been associated with decreased driving independence. This study examined the associations among physical fit ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

OT

Diagnosis:

ADLsCardiovascular Disease