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Effects of Respiratory Training on Heart Rate Variability and Baroreflex Sensitivity in Individuals With Chronic Spinal Cord Injury

Legg Ditterline, Bonnie E ; Aslan, Sevda C ; Randall, David C ; Harkema, Susan J ; Castillo, Camilo ; Ovechkin, Alexander V

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, March 2018, Vol.99(3), pp.423-432 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Effects of Respiratory Training on Heart Rate Variability and Baroreflex Sensitivity in Individuals With Chronic Spinal Cord Injury
  • Autor: Legg Ditterline, Bonnie E ; Aslan, Sevda C ; Randall, David C ; Harkema, Susan J ; Castillo, Camilo ; Ovechkin, Alexander V
  • Assuntos: Autonomic Nervous System ; Blood Pressure ; Breathing Exercises ; Hypotension ; Rehabilitation ; Respiration ; Spinal Cord Injuries ; Medicine ; Physical Therapy
  • É parte de: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, March 2018, Vol.99(3), pp.423-432
  • Descrição: To evaluate the effects of pressure threshold respiratory training (RT) on heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity in persons with chronic spinal cord injury (SCI). Before-after intervention case-controlled clinical study. SCI research center and outpatient rehabilitation unit. Participants (N=44) consisted of persons with chronic SCI ranging from C2 to T11 who participated in RT (n=24), and untrained control subjects with chronic SCI ranging from C2 to T9 (n=20). A total of 21±2 RT sessions performed 5 days a week during a 4-week period using a combination of pressure threshold inspiratory and expiratory devices. Forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV ), and beat-to-beat arterial blood pressure and heart rate changes during the 5-second-long maximum expiratory pressure maneuver (5s MEP) and the sit-up orthostatic stress test,...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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