#Public health

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Ross, M.D., Rebecca S. Fox, P.A., M.Sc., Gerard P. Devlin, M.B., Ch.B., C. Edwin Martin, M.D., Christopher Adlbrecht, M.D., M.B.A., Patricia A. Cowper, Ph.D., Linda Davidson Ray, M.A., Eric A. Cohen, M.D., Gervasio A. Lamas, M.D., and Judith S. Hochman, M.D. For the Occluded Artery Trial Investigators: Quality of Life after Late Invasive Therapy for Occluded Arteries Despite the widespread availability of several effective reperfusion strategies, at least one third of hospitalized individuals with severe myocardial infarction have persistent occlusion of the infarct-related artery after 72 hours.Trial participants were then split into two groups to get either the physical activity intervention in addition to usual care or usual care on its own and were followed up for 12 months to assess any transformation within their symptoms. Melanie Chalder, from University of Bristol’s School of Public and Community Medicine, said: ‘Numerous research have reported the results of exercise for people suffering with depression but our intervention had not been an effective strategy for reducing symptoms.