Effects of Programmed Kinesiologic Stimulus to Hemodynamics at Peripheral Artery Disease of Lower Limbs
Abel Baltic, Izet Radjo, Ifet Mahmutovic, Indira Mahmutovic.
Goal: The goal of the article is to examine level of hemodynamic improvement in the peripheral artery diseases of lower limbs among patients on medication therapy and patients included in programmed physical activities simultaneously with the medication therapy. Material and methods: Prospective-retrospective study includes 100 patients of the Clinic for Vascular Disease, Clinical Center of Sarjevo University ( CCUS). It has been found out that the majority of patients in both groups were males. Average age of patients in control group was 48.60±3.82. Average value of claudication distance for patients in control group was 277 m, while the value for patients in test group was 270 m. Results: At the end of research the analysis of average PSV values proved significant difference in relation to examined groups (p
Key words: peripheral artery disease, physical activity, claudication distance, PSV.