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Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as centre-based cardiac rehabilitation among elderly with coronary heart disease: results from a randomised clinical trial

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Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as centre-based cardiac rehabilitation among elderly with coronary heart disease: results from a randomised clinical trial. / Oerkild, Bodil; Frederiksen, Marianne; Hansen, Jorgen Fischer; Simonsen, Lene; Skovgaard, Lene Theil; Prescott, Eva.

I: Age and Ageing, Bind 40, Nr. 1, 01.01.2011, s. 78-85.

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Oerkild, B, Frederiksen, M, Hansen, JF, Simonsen, L, Skovgaard, LT & Prescott, E 2011, 'Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as centre-based cardiac rehabilitation among elderly with coronary heart disease: results from a randomised clinical trial', Age and Ageing, bind 40, nr. 1, s. 78-85. https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afq122, https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afq122

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Oerkild, B., Frederiksen, M., Hansen, J. F., Simonsen, L., Skovgaard, L. T., & Prescott, E. (2011). Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as centre-based cardiac rehabilitation among elderly with coronary heart disease: results from a randomised clinical trial. Age and Ageing, 40(1), 78-85. https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afq122, https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afq122

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Oerkild B, Frederiksen M, Hansen JF, Simonsen L, Skovgaard LT, Prescott E. Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as centre-based cardiac rehabilitation among elderly with coronary heart disease: results from a randomised clinical trial. Age and Ageing. 2011 jan 1;40(1):78-85. https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afq122, https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afq122

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Oerkild, Bodil ; Frederiksen, Marianne ; Hansen, Jorgen Fischer ; Simonsen, Lene ; Skovgaard, Lene Theil ; Prescott, Eva. / Home-based cardiac rehabilitation is as effective as centre-based cardiac rehabilitation among elderly with coronary heart disease: results from a randomised clinical trial. I: Age and Ageing. 2011 ; Bind 40, Nr. 1. s. 78-85.

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abstract = "BACKGROUND: participation in centre-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is known to reduce morbidity and mortality but participation rates among the elderly are low. Establishing alternative programmes is important, and home-based CR is the predominant alternative. However, no studies have investigated the effect of home-based CR among a group of elderly patients with coronary heart disease with a long-term follow-up.METHODS: randomised clinical trial comparing home-based CR with comprehensive centre-based CR among patients = 65 years with coronary heart disease.RESULTS: seventy-five patients participated. There were no significant differences in exercise capacity after the intervention between home and centre-based CR. Adjusted mean differences of peak VO2 = 0.9 ml/kg/min (95{\%} CI -0.7, 2.4) and of 6 min walk test = -18.7 m (95{\%} CI -56.4, 18.9). In addition, no differences were found in the secondary outcomes of systolic blood pressure (-0.6 mmHg, 95{\%} CI -11.3, 10.0), LDL cholesterol (0.3 mmol/l, 95{\%} CI -0.04, 0.7), HDL cholesterol (0.2 mmol/l, 95{\%} CI -0.01, 0.3), body composition, proportion of smokers and health-related quality of life. A group of patients who did not have an effect of either programmes were characterised by higher age, living alone and having COPD. At 12 months of follow-up, both groups had a significant decline in exercise capacity.CONCLUSIONS: home-based CR is as effective as centre-based CR in improving exercise capacity, risk factor con",
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AU - Frederiksen, Marianne

AU - Hansen, Jorgen Fischer

AU - Simonsen, Lene

AU - Skovgaard, Lene Theil

AU - Prescott, Eva

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N2 - BACKGROUND: participation in centre-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is known to reduce morbidity and mortality but participation rates among the elderly are low. Establishing alternative programmes is important, and home-based CR is the predominant alternative. However, no studies have investigated the effect of home-based CR among a group of elderly patients with coronary heart disease with a long-term follow-up.METHODS: randomised clinical trial comparing home-based CR with comprehensive centre-based CR among patients = 65 years with coronary heart disease.RESULTS: seventy-five patients participated. There were no significant differences in exercise capacity after the intervention between home and centre-based CR. Adjusted mean differences of peak VO2 = 0.9 ml/kg/min (95% CI -0.7, 2.4) and of 6 min walk test = -18.7 m (95% CI -56.4, 18.9). In addition, no differences were found in the secondary outcomes of systolic blood pressure (-0.6 mmHg, 95% CI -11.3, 10.0), LDL cholesterol (0.3 mmol/l, 95% CI -0.04, 0.7), HDL cholesterol (0.2 mmol/l, 95% CI -0.01, 0.3), body composition, proportion of smokers and health-related quality of life. A group of patients who did not have an effect of either programmes were characterised by higher age, living alone and having COPD. At 12 months of follow-up, both groups had a significant decline in exercise capacity.CONCLUSIONS: home-based CR is as effective as centre-based CR in improving exercise capacity, risk factor con

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