High Intensity Interval Training for Stroke
This trial will compare the effects of two different types of exercise on walking ability and cardiovascular fitness in stroke patients. HIIT is hypothesized to result in greater benefit than MICE.
Inclusion CriteriaYou will be eligible if you check “Yes” for the criteria below
Study ObjectivesOutcome measures can provide a clearer picture of what you can expect from a treatment.
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How many participants are accepted into this research experiment?
"Affirmative. The details posted on clinicaltrials.gov indicate that this medical trial is actively recruiting participants. It was first published in March of 2017 and modified most recently on January 14th 2020, with the need for 104 patients from a single site being specified."
Are there any vacancies for participation in this experiment?
"Affirmative, the material on clinicaltrials.gov reveals that this medical experiment is actively searching for participants. It was initially posted on March 1st 2017 and amended most recently on January 14th 2020 with a need to enlist 104 patients at one single site."
What are the core goals of this clinical examination?
"The primary aim of this trial, to be measured after 0 and 24 weeks, is the alteration in cardiovascular fitness as calculated by peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak). Secondary objectives entail a determination of patients' ability to reach intensity thresholds during HIT training and MICE using an ambulatory oxygen monitor; ventilatory values assessed with CORTEX Biophysik MetaMax®3X portable gas analysis every 10 seconds; changes over time via two executive function measures for selective attention and inhibition processes alongside speed-of-processing tests such as Trails A/B, DKEFS verbal fluency assessments, and Weschsler digit symbol coding."