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|Title:||Self-report vs. pedometer steps in COPD: Are they similar?|
|Publisher:||European Respiratory Society|
|Abstract:||Pedometers have been used as an objective measure to assess physical activity (PA) in COPD. However, in most studies, pedometer results rely on users' ability to provide accurate information using daily logs. It is important to understand if self-report steps correspond to actual steps recorded by pedometers, in order to use more confidently self-report data.|
|Appears in Collections:||Lab3R - Comunicações|
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