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Effect of combined interval training on the cardiorespiratory fitness in heart failure patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Incare Correa De Jesus, Francisco José de Menezes, Paulo Cesar Barauce Bento, Astrid Wiens, Jorge Mota, Neiva Leite
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.04.001

  • Interval training is an interesting strategy in increasing aerobic capacity.

  • In patients with heart failure the use of combined interval training may effective in increasing VO2peak.

  • Interval training combined with resistance training can maximize treatment time.

  • Maximize treatment time is an aspect that has been important in the choice of interventions.

  • Training combined showed more effective in improving VO2peak in patients with heart failure.

Uncorrected Proof. Available online 22 April 2019
The influence of isokinetic peak torque and muscular power on the functional performance of active and inactive community-dwelling elderly: a cross-sectional study
Tayla Gomes de Moura, Cristiane de Almeida Nagata, Patrícia Azevedo Garcia
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.03.003

  • Exercise practice influences the functional performance of community-dwelling elderly.

  • Torque and power of the knee is related to the functional performance of the elderly.

  • Quadriceps torque and power influence the functional performance of inactive elderly.

  • The power of hamstrings influences the functional performance of active elderly.

Available online 16 April 2019
Influence of posture, sex, and age on breathing pattern and chest wall motion in healthy subjects
Liliane Patrícia De Souza Mendes, Danielle Soares Rocha Vieira, Leticia Silva Gabriel, Giane Amorim Ribeiro-Samora, Armèle Dornelas De Andrade, Daniella Cunha Brandão, Maria Clara Goes, Guilherme Augusto Freitas Fregonezi, Raquel Rodrigues Britto, Verônica Franco Parreira
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.02.007

  • Aging reduces rib cage contribution and increase abdominal contribution.

  • Aging increases end-inspiratory and end-expiratory chest wall volumes.

  • Sitting position might benefit patients who present reduced tidal volume.

  • Posture influences all variables of breathing pattern and chest wall motion, except respiratory rate and duty cycle.

  • Women present higher thoracic contribution to the tidal volume.

Available online 7 April 2019
Does trunk and hip muscles strength predict the performance during a core stability test?
Renan Alves Resende, Samuel Henrique Oliveira Jardim, Renato Guilherme Trede Filho, Rodrigo Oliveira Mascarenhas, Juliana Melo Ocarino, Luciana De Michelis Mendonça
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.03.001

  • The bridge test with knee extension is a valid test to measure core stability.

  • Trunk rotators strength predicts the performance during this test.

  • Hip extensors and internal rotators strength can also predict the performance during the test.

  • Addressing these muscles might be important in people with poor performance during the bridge test.

Available online 4 April 2019
The London Chest Activity of Daily Living scale cut-off point to discriminate functional status in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Aline Almeida Gulart, Anelise Bauer Munari, Suelen Roberta Klein, Raysa Silva Venâncio, Hellen Fontão Alexandre, Anamaria Fleig Mayer
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.03.002

  • The LCADL%total reflected better outcomes for COPD when compared to LCADLtotal.

  • The 28% cut-off point for LCADL has clinically relevant discriminatory power.

  • The LCADLtotal may compromise the interpretation of the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program effects.

Available online 2 April 2019
Do older adults with shoulder disorders who meet the minimal clinically important difference also present low disability at discharge? An observational study
Alessandra Narciso Garcia, Charles A. Thigpen, Ashley Davis Lake, Corina Martinez, Heather Myers, Chad Cook
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.02.003

  • This study evaluated three outcome success thresholds.

  • 39% met both MCID of 8.0 points and discharge score of ≤ 20 in Quick-DASH.

  • 28% met both MCID of 16 points and discharge score of ≤ 20 in Quick-DASH.

Available online 17 March 2019
Physical and psychological predictors on pain intensity in conscripts with plantar fasciitis
Pavinee Harutaichun, Praneet Pensri, Sujitra Boonyong
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.02.014

  • Identification of key impairments related to pain assists in physical approaches.

  • Physical and psychological factors should be emphasized to prevent and reduce pain.

  • Poorer quality of movement and higher anxiety level are the main predictors.

Available online 13 March 2019
Inter-day reliability of the Upper Body Test for shoulder and pelvic girdle stability in adults
Alan dos Santos Fontes, Marta Silva Santos, Marcos Bezerra de Almeida, Pedro J. Marín, Danilo Rodrigues Pereira da Silva, Marzo E. Da Silva-Grigoletto
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.02.009

  • Assessing the stability of the body may help to determine risk of injuries.

  • The Upper Body Test (UBT) presented good inter-day reliability.

  • Previous familiarization to the UBT is essential for the analysis.

Available online 12 March 2019
Measurement properties of self-report physical activity assessment tools for patients with stroke: a systematic review
Júlia Caetano Martins, Larissa Tavares Aguiar, Sylvie Nadeau, Aline Alvim Scianni, Luci Fuscaldi Teixeira-Salmela, Christina Danielli Coelho De Morais Faria
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.02.004

  • The methodological quality of the studies ranged from “poor” to “good”.

  • Most results of the quality of the measurement properties were considered doubtful.

  • The Frenchay activities index and the Human activity profile showed the highest clinical utility scores.

  • The content validity needs to be better investigated.

  • Further studies with good methodological quality are required.

Available online 12 March 2019
Satisfaction levels with physical therapy in hospitalized patients
D.A.G. De Paula, N.C.T.P. Piatti, Luciola Menezes Costa, Luciana Dias Chiavegato
10.1016/j.bjpt.2019.02.012

  • Satisfaction is considered an element that intimately affects the treatments.

  • MRPS measures overall patients’ satisfaction under physical therapeutic care.

  • The lowest scoring item is home guidelines.

  • Inpatients were satisfied with physical therapy, mainly with therapist's respect.

Available online 12 March 2019
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Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy

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