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The ExStroke Pilot Trial: rationale, design, and baseline data of a randomized multicenter trial comparing physical training versus usual care after an ischemic stroke

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  • Lars-Henrik Krarup
  • Christian Gluud
  • Thomas Truelsen
  • Anders Pedersen
  • Marianne Lindahl
  • Lotte Hansen
  • Sascha Michelsen
  • Grethe Neumann Andersen
  • Xianrong Zeng
  • Janika Kõrv
  • Adam Oskedra
  • Gudrun Boysen
  • ExStroke Pilot Trial Group
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A high level of physical activity is associated with a decreased risk of first stroke and physical activity modifies recognized stroke risk factors and is recommended for stroke survivors. Available research shows that stroke patients can increase their level of physical performance over a short period. When the intervention period is over, physical performance often declines towards baseline level. Currently, there is no evidence on the association between physical activity and the risk of recurrent stroke. The ExStroke Pilot Trial is a randomized clinical trial with the aim of increasing stroke patients' level of physical activity and secondarily to associate the level of physical activity to the risk of recurrent stroke, myocardial infarction, and all-cause mortality in the two groups. We describe the rationale, design, and baseline data of the ExStroke Pilot Trial.
TidsskriftContemporary Clinical Trials
Udgave nummer3
Sider (fra-til)410-7
Antal sider8
StatusUdgivet - maj 2008

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