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This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society’s 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol. This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in two minutes. The participant’s raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in two minutes.

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Term BIBLIOGRAPHY

Comparison of the 2-, 6-, and 12-minute walk tests in patients with stroke.
Kosak M, Smith T
(J Rehabil Res Dev)
2005 Jan-Feb

The 2-minute walk test as a measure of functional improvement in persons with lower limb amputation.
Brooks D, Parsons J, Hunter JP, Devlin M, Walker J
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation (Arch Phys Med Rehabil)
2001 Oct