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Supervised Exercise Therapy Versus Home-Based Exercise Therapy Versus Walking Advice for Intermittent Claudication (2018)

Hageman, D., Fokkenrood, H. J., Gommans, L. N., Van den Houten, M. M., & Teijink, J. A. (2018). Supervised exercise therapy versus home-based exercise therapy versus walking advice for intermittent claudication. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

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This Cochrane Database review summarized findings from 21 total studies involving 1400 participants: 635 received supervised exercise training (SET), 320 received home based exercise training (HBET), and 445 received walking advice (WA). The authors ...

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