publication . Article . 2013

Physical status and functional capacity in patients an intensive care unit: Effects of movement modalities

MONDRAGÓN-BARRERA, MÓNICA ALEJANDRA;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2013
  • Publisher: Universidad CES
Abstract
Introducción: la inmovilización prolongada a la que se ve sometido el paciente críticamente enfermo contribuye al desacondicionamiento físico y la dependencia funcional. Debido a esto se han desarrollado modalidades de intervención fisioterapéutica que pretenden contrarrestar dicho estado y sus consecuencias. Objetivo: determinar los efectos de los movimientos pasivos, asistidos, activos y resistidos, sobre la fuerza muscular, movilidad articular y capacidad funcional en pacientes internados en unidad de cuidados intensivos. Métodos: entre agosto de 2011 y mayo de 2012, se efectuaron electrogoniometría, dinamometría y medida de independencia funcional en 23 paci...
Subjects
free text keywords: Inmovilización, Reposo en cama, Cuidados intensivos, Fisioterapia, Movimiento, Immobilization, Bed rest, Intensive care, Physical therapy, Movement
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2. Clavet H, Hébert PC, Fergusson D, Doucette S, Trudel G. Joint contracture following prolonged stay in the intensive care unit. CMAJ 2008 Mar 11; 178(6):691-7.

3. Stevens RD, Dowdy DW, Michaels RK, Mendez-Tellez PA, Pronovost PJ, Needham DM. Neuromuscular dysfunction acquired in critical illness: a systematic review. Intensive Care Med 2007 Nov; 33(11):1876-91.

4. Hough CL, Lieu BK, Caldwell ES. Manual muscle strength testing of critically ill patients: feasibility and interobserver agreement. Crit Care 2011; 15(1):R43.

5. Van der Schaaf M, Dettling DS, Beelen A, Lucas C, Dongelmans DA, Nollet F. Poor functional status immediately after discharge from an intensive care unit. Disabil Rehabil 2008; 30(23):1812-8.

6. Needham DM. Mobilizing Patients in the Intensive Care Unit. JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association. 2008 Oct 8; 300(14):1685 -1690.

7. Burtin C, Clerckx B, Robbeets C, Ferdinande P, Langer D, Troosters T, et al. Early exercise in critically ill patients enhances short-term functional recovery. Crit. Care Med 2009 Sep; 37(9):2499-505. [OpenAIRE]

8. Ali NA, O'Brien JM Jr, Hoffmann SP, Phillips G, Garland A, Finley JCW, et al. Acquired weakness, handgrip strength, and mortality in critically ill patients. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2008 Aug 1; 178(3):261-8.

9. Kidd D, Stewart G, Baldry J, Johnson J, Rossiter D, Petruckevitch A, et al. The Functional Independence Measure: a comparative validity and reliability study. Disabil Rehabil 1995 Jan; 17(1):10-4.

10. Montagnani G, Vagheggini G, Panait Vlad E, Berrighi D, Pantani L, Ambrosino N. Use of the Functional Independence Measure in people for whom weaning from mechanical ventilation is difficult. Phys Ther 2011 Jul; 91(7):1109-15. [OpenAIRE]

11. Wiles L, Stiller K. Passive limb movements for patients in an intensive care unit: a survey of physiotherapy practice in Australia. J Crit Care 2010 Sep; 25(3):501-8.

12. Stockley RC, Hughes J, Morrison J, Rooney J. An investigation of the use of passive movements in intensive care by UK physiotherapists. Physiotherapy 2010 Sep; 96(3): 228-33. [OpenAIRE]

13. Hanekom S, Gosselink R, Dean E, van Aswegen H, Roos R, Ambrosino N, et al. The development of a clinical management algorithm for early physical activity and mobilization of critically ill patients: synthesis of evidence and expert opinion and its translation into practice. Clin Rehabil 2011 Sep; 25(9): 771-87.

14. Herridge MS CA. One-year outcomes in survivors of the acute respiratory distress syndrome. N EnglJ Med 2003; 348(8):683-93. [OpenAIRE]

15. De Jonghe B, Sharshar T, Lefaucheur J-P, Authier F-J, Durand-Zaleski I, Boussarsar M, et al. Paresis acquired in the intensive care unit: a prospective multicenter study. JAMA. 2002 Dec 11; 288(22):2859-67.

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Abstract
Introducción: la inmovilización prolongada a la que se ve sometido el paciente críticamente enfermo contribuye al desacondicionamiento físico y la dependencia funcional. Debido a esto se han desarrollado modalidades de intervención fisioterapéutica que pretenden contrarrestar dicho estado y sus consecuencias. Objetivo: determinar los efectos de los movimientos pasivos, asistidos, activos y resistidos, sobre la fuerza muscular, movilidad articular y capacidad funcional en pacientes internados en unidad de cuidados intensivos. Métodos: entre agosto de 2011 y mayo de 2012, se efectuaron electrogoniometría, dinamometría y medida de independencia funcional en 23 paci...
Subjects
free text keywords: Inmovilización, Reposo en cama, Cuidados intensivos, Fisioterapia, Movimiento, Immobilization, Bed rest, Intensive care, Physical therapy, Movement
32 references, page 1 of 3

1. Kortebein P. Rehabilitation for hospitalassociated deconditioning. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation / Association of Academic Physiatrists 2009; 88(1):66-77. [OpenAIRE]

2. Clavet H, Hébert PC, Fergusson D, Doucette S, Trudel G. Joint contracture following prolonged stay in the intensive care unit. CMAJ 2008 Mar 11; 178(6):691-7.

3. Stevens RD, Dowdy DW, Michaels RK, Mendez-Tellez PA, Pronovost PJ, Needham DM. Neuromuscular dysfunction acquired in critical illness: a systematic review. Intensive Care Med 2007 Nov; 33(11):1876-91.

4. Hough CL, Lieu BK, Caldwell ES. Manual muscle strength testing of critically ill patients: feasibility and interobserver agreement. Crit Care 2011; 15(1):R43.

5. Van der Schaaf M, Dettling DS, Beelen A, Lucas C, Dongelmans DA, Nollet F. Poor functional status immediately after discharge from an intensive care unit. Disabil Rehabil 2008; 30(23):1812-8.

6. Needham DM. Mobilizing Patients in the Intensive Care Unit. JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association. 2008 Oct 8; 300(14):1685 -1690.

7. Burtin C, Clerckx B, Robbeets C, Ferdinande P, Langer D, Troosters T, et al. Early exercise in critically ill patients enhances short-term functional recovery. Crit. Care Med 2009 Sep; 37(9):2499-505. [OpenAIRE]

8. Ali NA, O'Brien JM Jr, Hoffmann SP, Phillips G, Garland A, Finley JCW, et al. Acquired weakness, handgrip strength, and mortality in critically ill patients. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2008 Aug 1; 178(3):261-8.

9. Kidd D, Stewart G, Baldry J, Johnson J, Rossiter D, Petruckevitch A, et al. The Functional Independence Measure: a comparative validity and reliability study. Disabil Rehabil 1995 Jan; 17(1):10-4.

10. Montagnani G, Vagheggini G, Panait Vlad E, Berrighi D, Pantani L, Ambrosino N. Use of the Functional Independence Measure in people for whom weaning from mechanical ventilation is difficult. Phys Ther 2011 Jul; 91(7):1109-15. [OpenAIRE]

11. Wiles L, Stiller K. Passive limb movements for patients in an intensive care unit: a survey of physiotherapy practice in Australia. J Crit Care 2010 Sep; 25(3):501-8.

12. Stockley RC, Hughes J, Morrison J, Rooney J. An investigation of the use of passive movements in intensive care by UK physiotherapists. Physiotherapy 2010 Sep; 96(3): 228-33. [OpenAIRE]

13. Hanekom S, Gosselink R, Dean E, van Aswegen H, Roos R, Ambrosino N, et al. The development of a clinical management algorithm for early physical activity and mobilization of critically ill patients: synthesis of evidence and expert opinion and its translation into practice. Clin Rehabil 2011 Sep; 25(9): 771-87.

14. Herridge MS CA. One-year outcomes in survivors of the acute respiratory distress syndrome. N EnglJ Med 2003; 348(8):683-93. [OpenAIRE]

15. De Jonghe B, Sharshar T, Lefaucheur J-P, Authier F-J, Durand-Zaleski I, Boussarsar M, et al. Paresis acquired in the intensive care unit: a prospective multicenter study. JAMA. 2002 Dec 11; 288(22):2859-67.

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