The 6-minute walk test measures the distance an individual can walk over 6 minutes on a hard, flat surface. It is a sub-maximal exercist test used to assess the functional heart and lung capacity of individuals to gauge tolerance to exercise and medical interventions. It can be used to evaluate patients with osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and who experienced stroke.
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Researchers examined whether constant sleep arousals would change the relationship between obstructive sleep apnea and prevalent hypertension.
Researchers sought to determine the effect of statin use during pregnancy on multiple neonatal outcomes, including congenital anomalies.
Researchers sought to determine the association between hypertensive disorders of pregnancy subtypes and stroke risk up to 17 years later.
Researchers assessed the clinical outcomes of patients with comorbid heart failure and diabetes receiving treatment with metformin and sulfonylurea.
Researchers assessed the link between rates of transcatheter aortic valve replacement and the racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic makeup of Medicare beneficiaries.
Researchers sought to determine whether screening vs no screening for atrial fibrillation could reduce morbidity and mortality.
Using data on patients with existing atrial fibrillation (AF), researchers analyzed the link between diabetes with the AF phenotype and cardiac and neurologic comorbidities.
Using 2 national cohorts 10 years apart, researchers compared the mean age of young adults, who were hospitalized for PVD with CV comorbidities and major adverse cardiac and cerebrovascular events.
Researchers analyzed data taken from EHR insurance claims of 149,654 patients aged 25 years and older between January 2016 and September 2020.