|drug2775||Rehabilitation by Concentric exercises Wiki||1.00|
|drug2776||Rehabilitation by Eccentric exercises Wiki||1.00|
There is one clinical trial.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of patients to be treated in rehabilitation increased . Hospitalization for severe infection can induce muscular atrophy and muscular dysfunction that persists for several months and rehabilitation capacities may be exceeded. Exercises in eccentric mode could be performed, inducing greater muscular hypertrophy, muscle strength, power and speed than concentric exercises. The goal of this study was to compare functional recovery at 2 months after a training program in eccentric and concentric mode after severe COVID-19. An effective rehabilitation could help reduce costs and duration of care.
Description: Average change from baseline walking capacity measured by the 6-minutes walk test (6MWT), expressed in meters. All patients will be asked to cover the longest distance over a 30-meters distance in 6 min with or without stopping and with standardized verbal encouragements according to standard recommendations; to take into account a learning effect, the test will be performed twice, with the longer distance retained, expressed in meters. To prevent adverse effect, pulsed oxygen saturation (% of pSO²) and heart rate (heartbeat per minute) will be monitored continuously throughout the test by using a digital oximeter.Measure: Functional walking capacity Time: Day 0, Month 1, Month 2 and Month 6
Description: this test consists of assessing balance in a standing position, lifting from a chair (5 stand to-sit repetitions) and measuring 4-m walking speed (20). The patient walks 4 m at a normal and comfortable speed. The "test zone" (4 m) is preceded by an "acceleration zone" (1 m) and is followed by a "deceleration zone" (1 m). The assessor starts and stops the timing when the subject's foot meets the ground when entering and leaving the "test area", respectively.Measure: Evaluating of lower extremity functioning by Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB) score Time: Day 0, Month 2 and Month 6
Description: maximum muscle strength of the quadriceps, on the dominant limb, will be measured on a bench: - Strength during isometric contraction (at 90° knee flexion) - Standardized position with the arms crossed on the chest, the absence of back support during the measurement and the maintenance of the hips and the contralateral leg to avoid any compensating movement Three reproducible measurements (±10%) will be taken at 1-min intervals, with the highest value retained.Measure: Evaluating the maximum muscle strength of the quadriceps by Quadriceps Isometric Maximum Strength (QIMS) test Time: Day 0, Month 2
Description: this test consists of performing 10 knee extensions at 10% QIMS, then gradually increasing the load (10% by 10%) until exhaustion (cannot perform the movement 2 consecutive times). The value retained is the last level (% QIMS) performed.Measure: Evaluating the fatigability of the quadriceps by Quadriceps Intermittent Fatigue (QIF) test Time: Day 0, Month 2
Description: this scale explores cognitive (10 items), physical (9 items) and psychosocial (2 items) fatigue. The MFIS included 21 items with a total score ranging from 0 to 84 with higher scores indicating a greater impact of quality of life.Measure: Evaluating the global fatigability by Modified Fatigue Impact Scale (MFIS) Time: Day 0, Month 2 and Month 6
Description: This questionnaire explores 5 dimensions: mobility, self-care, usual activities, pain/discomfort and anxiety/depression. The EQ-5D-5L included 5 items independently scored from 1 to 5 (higher scores indicating a greater impact)and a 0-100 visual analogic scale exploring general health (0 means the worst heath patient can imagine, 100 means the best health patient can imagine).Measure: Evaluating functional capacities with EuroQol - 5 Dimensions (EQ-5D) questionnaire Time: Day 0, Month 2 and Month 6
Description: measurement is in 90° elbow flexion, wrist in neutral position. Three reproducible measurements (± 10%) will be taken at 1-min intervals, with the highest value retained.Measure: Evaluating the handgrip strength by standard handgrip strength test Time: Day 0, Month 2
Description: Plasma metabolome profile assessed by variation of number of blood metabolites. Changes from baseline to post-training intervention in plasma metabolome profile will be compared between excentric and concentric exercise groups.Measure: Metabolomic Profile Time: Day 0, Month 2 (post-training)
Description: Biopsy from the Vastus lateralis will be performed and the variation of cross sectional area measurement of muscle fibers (µm2) will be analysed and compared between excentric and concentric exercise groups from baseline to post-training intervention.Measure: Cross sectional area measurement Time: Day 0, Month 2 (post-training)
Description: Biopsy from the Vastus lateralis will be performed and the capillarization (variation of capillary to fiber ratio) will be analysed. Muscle adapations from baseline to post-training intervention will be compared between excentric and concentric exercise groups.Measure: Capillary to fibre ratio. Time: Day 0, Month 2 (post-training)
Description: Biopsy from the Vastus lateralis will be performed and the evolution of number of satellite cell per muscle fiber will be analysed and compared between excentric and concentric exercise groups from baseline to post-training intervention.Measure: Satellite cell number Time: Day 0, Month 2 (post-training)
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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