Injury frequency and characteristics (location, type, cause and severity) differed significantly among athletics ('track and field') disciplines during 14 international championships (2007-2018): implications for medical service planning.
Edouard P., Navarro L., Branco P., Gremeaux V., Timpka T., Junge A., 2020/02. British journal of sports medicine, 54 (3) pp. 159-167. Peer-reviewed.
The efficacy of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on the improvement of walking distance in patients with peripheral arterial disease with intermittent claudication: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial: the TENS-PAD study
Besnier F., Senard J. M., Gremeaux V., Riedel M., Garrigues D., Guiraud T., Labrunee M., 2017. Trials, 18 (1) p. 373.
Usefulness of the 6-minute walk test and the 200-metre fast walk test to individualize high intensity interval and continuous exercise training in coronary artery disease patients after acute coronary syndrome: a pilot controlled clinical study
Gremeaux M., Hannequin A., Laurent Y., Laroche D., Casillas J. M., Gremeaux V., 2011/09. Clin Rehabil, 25 (9) pp. 844-55.
Determining the minimal clinically important difference for the six-minute walk test and the 200-meter fast-walk test during cardiac rehabilitation program in coronary artery disease patients after acute coronary syndrome.
Gremeaux V., Troisgros O., Benaïm S., Hannequin A., Laurent Y., Casillas J.M., Benaïm C., 2011. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92 (4) pp. 611-619.