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PrEscription of intraDialytic exercise to improve quAlity of Life in patients with chronic kidney disease (PEDAL Trial)

Project title: PrEscription of intraDialytic exercise to improve quAlity of Life in patients with chronic kidney disease (PEDAL Trial)

Call to action: 12/23 12/23 Intradialytic exercise in renal failure

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Sharlene GreenwoodORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Sharlene GreenwoodORCID logo

Contractor: King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,390,314.00

Co-investigators: Dr Andrew Walker, Dr Catherine BulleyORCID logo, Dr Jamie MacdonaldORCID logo, Dr Mick Kumwenda, Dr Pelagia KoufakiORCID logo, Dr Sharlene GreenwoodORCID logo, Mr Nick Palmer, Professor Alan Jardine, Professor Alice SmithORCID logo, Professor Christopher McIntyre, Professor Christopher Pugh, Professor Ian FordORCID logo, Professor John Feehally, Professor Philip KalraORCID logo, Professor Thomas MercerORCID logo.

Started: April 2014 | Status: Published June 2021

ISRCTN: 83508514

This trial found that an intradialytic cycling programme did not improve health-related quality of life compared with usual care.

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