Impaired Stabilization of Orthostatic Cerebral Oxygenation Is Associated With Slower Gait Speed: Evidence From The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing

John D. O'Connor, Matthew D.L. O'Connell, Silvin P. Knight, Louise Newman, Orna A. Donoghue, Rose Anne Kenny

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