The Relationship Between Cognitive Status and Exercise Capacity, Fatigue Perception in Coronary Artery Patients


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The study aimed to examine the relationship between cognitive status, exercise capacity, and fatigue perception in coronary artery disease patients.

Targeted Conditions

Study Overview

Start Date
September 1, 2023
Completion Date
February 1, 2024
Date Posted
February 7, 2024
Accepts Healthy Volunteers?


Full Address
Hacettepe University
Ankara, Turkey


Study Population
Patients are 18 years old and older and are diagnosed with coronary artery disease.
Minimum Age (years)
Maximum Age (years)
Eligibility Criteria
Inclusion Criteria:

Volunteering to participate in the research
Being diagnosed with coronary artery disease
To cooperate with the tests to be performed
Signing a consent form

Exclusion Criteria:

Presence of neurological disease that may affect cognitive status
Presence of clinically unstable cardiac disease
Left ventricular ejection fraction <30%
Being diagnosed with end-stage renal failure
Diagnosed with active myocarditis or pericarditis
Being diagnosed with rhythm disorder
Having amputation, peripheral arterial disease, musculoskeletal and/or neurological diseases that will prevent participation in functional capacity tests
Not volunteering to participate in the study

Study Contact Info

Study Contact Name
Dilara Saklica, MSc
Study Contact Email
Study Contact Phone

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Detailed Description
Exercise training for patients with coronary artery disease is an essential element of multicomponent cardiac rehabilitation. For the successful implementation of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation programs, adequate cognitive function (e.g. executive function, selective attention, memory) is an important prerequisite. In patients with atherosclerotic coronary artery disease, the presence of coronary microvascular dysfunction as determined by low coronary flow reserve is associated with abnormal cerebral flow hemodynamics and mild but significant impairment in cognitive function. In the literature, there is no study examining the relationship between cognitive level and fatigue perception.
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