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Table 3 Gain in 6 MWT between MCT and HIIT

From: The Feasibility of High-Intensity Interval Training in Patients with Intensive Care Unit-Acquired Weakness Syndrome Following Long-Term Invasive Ventilation

6min walk test [m] MCT (n = 24) HIIT (n = 22) p value
t 120.4 ± 60.4 m 159.5 ± 64.9 m p = .057
t0 32.7 ± 51.6 m 33.0 ± 47.2 m p = .882
t1 153.1 ± 69.4 m 192.5 ± 76.0 m p = .059
  1. Absolute gain in six-minute-walk-test [6 MWT, m] (∆t, t1t0, primary endpoint) as well as differences between t0 and t1 between MCT (Moderate continuous training) and HIIT (High-intensity interval training) after three weeks of training. Mean values ± standard deviations are depicted. Differences were assessed with Mann-Whitney and t testing