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Kidney Blood Press Res (2024) 49 (1): 548–555.
Published Online: 27 June 2024
... be personalized in relation to the patient’s baseline performance; increases must be progressive and gradual. Regular physical activity should also be recommended to patients awaiting for a transplant. Eventually, organizational models based on a network of nephrology units, transplant centers, sports medicine...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2024) 49 (1): 443–456.
Published Online: 28 May 2024
..., and quality of life. Conclusion: All enrolled patients successfully completed the process. A specific prescription was used that provided health education and allowed for the implementation of structured physical activity that could be performed safely and independently even after the training period...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2017) 42 (3): 575–586.
Published Online: 18 September 2017
...Seok Hui Kang; Jun Young Do; Hye Yun Jeong; So-Young Lee; Jun Chul Kim Background: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of physical activity on various aspects in Asian dialysis patients. Methods: This was a retrospective cohort study. Study participants were recruited from 27...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2014) 39 (2-3): 176–179.
Published Online: 29 July 2014
...Fabio Manfredini; Nicola Lamberti Patients on dialysis are poorly active and show a low level of physical functioning. Questionnaires and objective measurements of spontaneous physical activity are available as well as complex-expensive or simple-unexpensive tests useful to assess the patient's...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2014) 39 (2-3): 97–106.
Published Online: 29 July 2014
... patients physical activity is strikingly low. As a result of growing evidence suggestive of cardiovascular benefit among the CKD population with exercise, the National Kidney Foundation recommended counseling by nephrologists to increase patients' levels of physical activity in their guideline about...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2014) 39 (2-3): 189–196.
Published Online: 29 July 2014
...Filippo Aucella; Antonio Gesuete; Yuri Battaglia Despite consensus among nephrologists that exercise is important and probably beneficial for their patients, assessment of physical function or encouragement of physical activity is not a part of the routine management of patients with CKD. In order...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2014) 39 (2-3): 212–219.
Published Online: 29 July 2014
... by greater morbidity and mortality. In renal transplanted patients, healthy lifestyle and physical activity are recommended to improve overall morbidity and cardiovascular outcomes. According to METs (Metabolic Equivalent Task; i.e. the amount of energy consumed while sitting at rest), physical activities...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2014) 39 (2-3): 129–133.
Published Online: 29 July 2014
...Alessandro Capitanini; Sara Lange; Claudia D'Alessandro; Emilio Salotti; Alba Tavolaro; Maria E. Baronti; Domenico Giannese; Adamasco Cupisti Patients affected by end-stage renal disease (ESRD) show quite lower physical activity and exercise capacity when compared to healthy individuals...
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Kidney Blood Press Res (2014) 39 (2-3): 107–113.
Published Online: 29 July 2014
... risk of hospitalization, morbidity and mortality.In CKD patient as well as in healthy people, there is a close association between nutrition and physical activity. Namely, inadequate nutrient (energy) intake impairs physical performance thus favoring a sedentary lifestyle: this further contributes...