Dissertation abstracts ai 1996

There were no statistically significant differences between interventions for multidimensional function, self reported physical function, pain or stiffness: units (95% CI - to ), - units (95% CI - to ), - units (95% CI - to ), and two units (95% CI - to ) respectively (all based on a 100-point scale), or in submaximal cardiorespiratory function (three seconds on a 100-meter walk test, 95% CI - to ). We found a statistically significant difference between interventions for strength, favoring land–based training ( kilo pascals grip strength, 95% CI to ). None of the outcomes in the aquatic versus land comparison reached clinically relevant differences of 15%. Withdrawals were similar in the aquatic and land groups and adverse effects were poorly reported, with no serious adverse effects in either group.

Dissertation abstracts ai 1996

dissertation abstracts ai 1996

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