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Exercise for intermittent claudication

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Jul 14, 2007.

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    Supervised exercise therapy for intermittent claudication in a community-based setting is as effective as clinic-based.
    J Vasc Surg. 2007 Jun;45(6):1192-6.
    Bendermacher BL, Willigendael EM, Nicolaï SP, Kruidenier LM, Welten RJ, Hendriks E, Prins MH, Teijink JA, de Bie RA.
     
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    An exercise regimen can help with this because collateral circulation is formed.
     
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    Exercise performance in patients with peripheral arterial disease who have different types of exertional leg pain.
    Gardner AW, Montgomery PS, Afaq A.
    J Vasc Surg. 2007 Jul;46(1):79-86.
     
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    Supervised exercise training for intermittent claudication: lasting benefit at three years.
    Ratliff DA, Puttick M, Libertiny G, Hicks RC, Earby LE, Richards T.
    Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg. 2007 Sep;34(3):322-6.
     
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    Effects of a long-term exercise program on lower limb mobility, physiological responses, walking performance, and physical activity levels in patients with peripheral arterial disease.
    Crowther RG, Spinks WL, Leicht AS, Sangla K, Quigley F, Golledge J.
    J Vasc Surg. 2008 Feb;47(2):303-9
     
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    Claudication distances and the Walking Impairment Questionnaire best describe the ambulatory limitations in patients with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease
    Sara A. Myers, Jason M. Johanning, Nick Stergiou et al
    Journal of Vascular Surgery
    Volume 47, Issue 3, March 2008, Pages 550-555.e1

     
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    Exercise for intermittent claudication.
    Watson L, Ellis B, Leng GC.
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2008 Oct 8;(4):CD000990.
     
  9. David Smith

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    Dear all

    I have to ask " is it worth the effort"? statistically significant but is it realy clinically significant?

    All the cited studies show improvement in walking distance post supervised exercise for a period of time. statistical percentages of 120% - 190% improvement are quoted, which didn't include those who dropped out fo various reasons. These figures appear significant but are they?

    If the the average distance of painfree walking or distance to point where the subject had to stop and rest was say 500 metres then 20% improvement only = 600mtrs. a 90% improvement = 950mtrs. However most of these studies seem to indicate a much lower baseline than 500mtrs and overal improvement appear to be around the 100mtr mark ie 100mtrs further then 12 months ago.

    Would thid be a significant improvement to the patient after 12 months of painful therapy?

    Dave Smith
     
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    Adrenergic and neuropeptide Y Y1 receptor control of collateral circuit conductance: influence of exercise training
    Jessica C. Taylor, H. T. Yang, M. Harold Laughlin, and Ronald L. Terjung
    J Physiol 2008 586: 5983-5998.
    Adrenergic inhibition increases collateral circuit conductance in rats following acute occlusion of the femoral artery
    Jessica C. Taylor, Zeyi Li, H. T. Yang, M. Harold Laughlin, and Ronald L. Terjung
    J Physiol 2008 586: 1649-1667
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    Peripheral Artery Disease: Pain When Walking Can Be Reduced With Moderate Exercise, Study Suggests
     
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    Plantar flexion: an effective training for peripheral arterial disease.
    Wang E, Hoff J, Loe H, Kaehler N, Helgerud J.
    Eur J Appl Physiol. 2008 Nov;104(4):749-56.
     
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    Effects of exercise training on calf tissue oxygenation in men with intermittent claudication.

    Figoni SF, Kunkel CF, Scremin AM, Asher A, Banks NL, Rivera A, Tin JK, Cohen B.
    PM R. 2009 Oct;1(10):932-40.
     
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    Strength training increases walking tolerance in intermittent claudication patients: randomized trial.
    Ritti-Dias RM, Wolosker N, de Moraes Forjaz CL, Carvalho CR, Cucato GG, Leão PP, de Fátima Nunes Marucci M.
    J Vasc Surg. 2010 Jan;51(1):89-95.
     
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    A systematic review of randomized controlled trials: Walking versus alternative exercise prescription as treatment for intermittent claudication.
    Parmenter BJ, Raymond J, Dinnen P, Singh MA.
    Atherosclerosis. 2011 May 5. [Epub ahead of print]
     
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  16. Selwyn Firth

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    iT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS THAT EXERCISE BENEFITS THOSE WITH iNTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. THE REAL QUESTION IS HOW TO MOTIVATE PEOPLE WITH im TO DO MORE EXERCISE????
     
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    The effect of exercise training on ankle-brachial index in type 2 diabetes
    Bethany Barone Gibbs, Devon A. Dobrosielski, Andrew D. Althouse, Kerry J. Stewart
    Atherosclerosis; Available online 14 July 2013
     
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    Exercise for intermittent claudication.
    Lane R, Ellis B, Watson L, Leng GC.
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2014 Jul 18;7:CD000990
     
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    Characterising the physical activity and sedentary behaviour patterns of patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease
    Power, Rebecca
    Masters Thesis; Waterford Institute of Technology; 2014
     
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    Establish a govt funded thingy that they have to sign in to a gym to get $ for going a certain amount of times per week, to the gym.
    The govt could save $ by motivating ppl to go to the gym.
     
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    True cadence and step accumulation are not equivalent: The effect of intermittent claudication on free-living cadence
    B. Stansfield, C. Clarke, P. Dall, J. Godwin, R. Holdsworth, M. Granat
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    Improved Walking Claudication Distance with Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation: An Old Treatment with a New Indication in Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease.
    Labrunée, Marc MD; Boned, Anne PT; Granger, Richard MSc; Bousquet, Marc MD; Jordan, Christian MD; Richard, Lisa MD; Garrigues, Damien MD; Gremeaux, Vincent MD, PhD; Sénard, Jean-Michel MD, PhD; Pathak, Atul MD, PhD; Guiraud, Thibaut PhD
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    Intensive Walking Exercise for Lower Extremity Peripheral Arterial Disease: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
    Lyu X, Li S, Peng S, Cai H, Liu G, Ran X.
    J Diabetes. 2015 May 5
     
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    Gender differences following supervised exercise therapy in patients with intermittent claudication
    Lindy N.M. Gommans, MD, Marc R.M. Scheltinga, MD, PhD, Marc R.H.M. van Sambeek, MD, PhD, Angela H.E.M. Maas, MD, PhD, Bianca L.W. Bendermacher, MD, PhD, Joep A.W. Teijink, MD, PhD
    The Journal of Vascular Surgery; September 2015Volume 62, Issue 3, Pages 681–688
     
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    Gastrocnemius muscle architecture and Achilles tendon properties influence walking distance in claudicants with peripheral arterial disease
    Stephanie Louise King PhD, Natalie Vanicek PhD and Thomas Daniel O'Brien PhD
    Muscle & Nerve; Accepted Article
     
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    Exercise for intermittent claudication.
    Lane R, Harwood A, Watson L, Leng GC.
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2017 Dec 26;12:CD000990. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD000990.pub4
     
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    The role of psychopathology in perceiving, reporting and treating intermittent claudication. A systematic review.
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