High-intensity respiratory muscle training improves strength and dyspnea after stroke: a double-blind randomized trial.

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Summary of "High-intensity respiratory muscle training improves strength and dyspnea after stroke: a double-blind randomized trial."

To examine whether high-intensity home-based respiratory muscle training, ie, with higher loads, delivered more frequently and for longer duration, than previously applied, would increase the strength and endurance of the respiratory muscles, reduce dyspnea and respiratory complications, and improve walking capacity after stroke.


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Name: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
ISSN: 1532-821X


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