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The level of daily physical activity and methods to increase it in patients after liver or kidney transplantation

Katarzyna Wesołowska-Górniak
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Monika Wójtowicz
Magdalena Federowicz
Jacek Gierus
Bożena Czarkowska-Pączek

Medical University of Warsaw
Department of Clinical Nursing, Medical University of Warsaw
Department of Immunology, Transplantology, and Internal Diseases, Medical University of Warsaw
Department of Rehabilitation, Public Central Teaching Clinical Hospital, Warsaw
Clinic of Psychiatry, Medical University of Warsaw
Advances in Rehabilitation, 2022, 36(1), 25–32
Online publish date: 2021/12/21
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