publication . Research . 2002

Respiratory muscle stretch gymnastics in patients with post coronary artery bypass grafting pain : Impact on respiratory muscle function, activity, mood and exercise capacity

會田, 信子; 渋谷, 優子; 吉野, 克樹; Komoda, Masaji; 井上, 智子;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2002 Journal: Journal of Medical and Dental Sciences = Journal of Medical and Dental Sciences, volume 49, issue 4, pages 157-170 (issn: 2185-9132, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: 東京医科歯科大学
Abstract
A new rehabilitation (New-RH) program including respiratory muscle stretch gymnastics (RMSG) was developed to alleviate post-coronary artery bypass grafting pain (PCP). Effects on respiratory muscle function, pain, activities of daily living (ADL), mood and exercise capacity were investigated. Subjects were 16 consecutive patients undergoing median full sternotomy coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), and were randomly divided into equal New-RH (S-group) and conventional therapy (C-group) groups. Rib cage dominant breathing was observed postoperatively in both groups. With preoperative tanΔVrc/Δ Vab, increases at 1-week postoperatively and decreases at dischar...
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free text keywords: post coronary artery bypass grafting pain (PCP), respiratory muscle stretch gymnastics (RMSG), Konno-Mead diagram, profile of mood states (POMS), postoperative cardiac rehabilitation, post coronary artery bypass grafting pain (PCP), respiratory muscle stretch gymnastics (RMSG), Konno-Mead diagram, profile of mood states (POMS), postoperative cardiac rehabilitation
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