This study will (i) measure how well a walking test reflects physical activity during daily life among individuals post-stroke, and (ii) compare whether laboratory and walking tests of exercise capacity result in similar responses. These findings will help guide clinicians to the most valid and cost effective means for measuring physical activity in the community.
Investigating the relationships between clinical and laboratory-based measures of exercise capacity and measures of physical activity in daily life in individuals post stroke
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