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Effect of Respiratory Rehabilitation for Frail Older Patients with Musculoskeletal Disorders:A Randomized Controlled Trial

Naoki MakiHitomi MatsudaNoriko OkamotoToshifumi TakaoAkihiro ArakiHarumi SakamotoYu TakataHisako YanagiYukio Sato

University of Tsukuba

摘要:Tyrosine Objective:To investigate the effects of respiratory rehabilitation on the respiratory function,swallowing function in community-dwelling frail older patients with musculoskeletal disorders.Design:Randomized open controlled trial.Setting:Day care facility in rehabilitation hospital in Japan.Subjects:Total of 63 participants with musculoskeletal disorders(intervention group:n=31;control group:n=32)completed the randomized controlled trial.Interventions:All subjects received twelve 20-minute sessions twice a week for six weeks of either typical rehabilitation(control) or typical rehabilitation with respiratory rehabilitation(intervention).Main measures:Outcome measures were assessed prior to rehabilitation and after twelve sessions and included:respiratory function,swallowing function,exercise tolerance,6-minute walk distance,thorax flexibility,muscle strength(grip and abdominal),ADL,and QOL.Statistical analysis To ensure balanced randomization,we tested the differences between the intervention and control groups at baseline using the Fisher exact test for sex and unpaired t tests for age,time since stroke,and other baseline assessments.The outcome measures in each group were compared with the baseline measures by using the Wilcoxon signed rank test.Differences between groups were compared using the Mann-Whitney U test.Significance was set at P <.05.Results:Subjects in the intervention group showed significantly greater improvement in respiratory function,swallowing function,and QOL(SF8 physical summary score) compared to those in the control group.Conclusions:The results gained in this randomized controlled trial indicate that the addition of respiratory rehabilitation to a typical rehabilitation program could improve not only respiratory and swallowing function but also the QOL of frail older patients.Such improvements in respiratory and swallowing functions could protect against aspiration pneumonia in frail older persons with musculoskeletal disorder and without COPD.
会议名称:

BIT’s 5th Annual World Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology-2017

会议时间:

2017-12-04

会议地点:

Fukuoka, Japan

  • 专辑:

    医药卫生科技

  • 专题:

    临床医学

  • 分类号:

    R473.2

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