Less than 10% of heart failure patients in the UK participate in cardiac rehabilitation programmes. The present pilot study evaluated feasibility, acceptability and physiological effects of a novel, personalised, home-based physical activity intervention in chronic heart failure.

Acceptability, Feasibility and Preliminary Evaluation of a Novel, Personalised, Home-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Chronic Heart Failure (Active-at-Home-HF): a Pilot Study / Okwose, Nduka C; Avery, Leah; O'Brien, Nicola; Cassidy, Sophie; Charman, Sarah J; Bailey, Kristian; Velicki, Lazar; Olivotto, Iacopo; Brennan, Paul; MacGowan, Guy A; Jakovljevic, Djordje G. - In: SPORTS MEDICINE - OPEN. - ISSN 2198-9761. - ELETTRONICO. - 5:(2019), pp. 0-0. [10.1186/s40798-019-0216-x]

Acceptability, Feasibility and Preliminary Evaluation of a Novel, Personalised, Home-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Chronic Heart Failure (Active-at-Home-HF): a Pilot Study

Olivotto, Iacopo;
2019

Abstract

Less than 10% of heart failure patients in the UK participate in cardiac rehabilitation programmes. The present pilot study evaluated feasibility, acceptability and physiological effects of a novel, personalised, home-based physical activity intervention in chronic heart failure.
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Okwose, Nduka C; Avery, Leah; O'Brien, Nicola; Cassidy, Sophie; Charman, Sarah J; Bailey, Kristian; Velicki, Lazar; Olivotto, Iacopo; Brennan, Paul; MacGowan, Guy A; Jakovljevic, Djordje G
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