In this review: Integrating Survivors of Stroke Into Exercise-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation Improves Endurance and Functional Strength (Journal of the American Heart Association)
Study: Cardiac Rehab Improves Endurance in Stroke Survivors
Researchers say their findings back the idea that stroke should be included in the diagnoses covered by CR.
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Date: February 1, 2021
Content Type: Review
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