publication . Article . 2003

Exercise Training in Chronic Respiratory Disease

Vargas-Pinilla, Olga-Cecilia;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Dec 2003
  • Publisher: Editorial Universidad del Rosario
  • Country: Bolivia
Abstract
La enfermedad pulmonar crónica lleva a un estilo de vida sedentario generado por la disnea, de lo cual resulta un desacondicionamiento que, a su vez, genera más disnea. El papel del fisioterapeuta en los programas de rehabilitación pulmonar está dirigido a mejorar la función cardiopulmonar y la condición física del paciente, y el entrenamiento con ejercicio es uno de los componentes más efectivos de estos programas. Dentro de los beneficios reportados se encuentra una reducción en la disnea, mayor tolerancia al ejercicio, capacidad aeróbica, función músculoesquelética y capacidad funcional, entre otros. El entrenamiento de resistencia aeróbica puede incluir acti...
Subjects
free text keywords: entrenamiento físico, enfermedad pulmonar crónica, disnea, fortalecimiento muscular, resistencia aeróbica, Exercise training, chronic pulmonary disease (CPD), dyspnea, strength training, endurance training, entrenamiento físico; enfermedad pulmonar crónica; disnea; fortalecimiento muscular; resistencia aeróbica
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publication . Article . 2003

Exercise Training in Chronic Respiratory Disease

Vargas-Pinilla, Olga-Cecilia;