Exercising during dialysis: a reflection on environmental\ud barriers
Publisher: Cumbria Partnership Foundation Trust
Subject: Z721 | Z724
Research has demonstrated that exercise provides several physical and psychological benefits for hemodialysis patients, which include increasing their quality of life. However, implementing intra-dialytic exercise into the patients’ care schemes often proves to be a dif... View more
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