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Effects of two types of equal-intensity inspiratory muscle training in stable patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A randomised controlled trial

We conducted a randomised controlled trial to assess the effects of daily breathing pattern changes to stable patients with COPD excluding the confounding factors of inspiratory muscle mobilization, by ensuring the load intensities of two inspiratory training devices were equal. Sixty patients with... Full description

Journal Title: Respiratory Medicine November 2017, Vol.132, pp.84-91
Main Author: Wu, Weiliang
Other Authors: Guan, Lili , Zhang, Xianming , Li, Xiaoying , Yang, Yuqiong , Guo, Bingpeng , Ou, Yonger , Lin, Lin , Zhou, Luqian , Chen, Rongchang
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title: Effects of two types of equal-intensity inspiratory muscle training in stable patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A randomised controlled trial
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  • Wu, Weiliang
  • Guan, Lili
  • Zhang, Xianming
  • Li, Xiaoying
  • Yang, Yuqiong
  • Guo, Bingpeng
  • Ou, Yonger
  • Lin, Lin
  • Zhou, Luqian
  • Chen, Rongchang
subjects:
  • Threshold Load Training
  • Inspiratory Resistive Training
  • Health-Related Quality of Life
  • Degree of Dyspnoea
  • Exercise Capacity
  • Threshold Load Training
  • Inspiratory Resistive Training
  • Health-Related Quality of Life
  • Degree of Dyspnoea
  • Exercise Capacity
  • Medicine
ispartof: Respiratory Medicine, November 2017, Vol.132, pp.84-91
description: We conducted a randomised controlled trial to assess the effects of daily breathing pattern changes to stable patients with COPD excluding the confounding factors of inspiratory muscle mobilization, by ensuring the load intensities of two inspiratory training devices were equal. Sixty patients with COPD were randomised to three groups: resistive-IMT group (T-IMT, 21 patients), threshold-IMT (R-IMT, 19 patients), and a control group (20 patients). Inspiratory load intensity for both methods was set at 60% of maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP), a measure of inspiratory muscle strength, which, along with health-related quality of life (HRQoL), degree of dyspnoea, and exercise capacity, were conducted before and after 8 weeks of daily IMT. At 8 weeks, there was no significantly difference of MIP between the R- and T-IMT groups (P  0.05). Chronic Respiratory Disease Questionnaire and Transition Dyspnea Index scores improved significantly after...
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Sixty patients with COPD were randomised to three groups: resistive-IMT group (T-IMT, 21 patients), threshold-IMT (R-IMT, 19 patients), and a control group (20 patients). Inspiratory load intensity for both methods was set at 60% of maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP), a measure of inspiratory muscle strength, which, along with health-related quality of life (HRQoL), degree of dyspnoea, and exercise capacity, were conducted before and after 8 weeks of daily IMT.

At 8 weeks, there was no significantly difference of MIP between the R- and T-IMT groups (P > 0.05). Chronic Respiratory Disease Questionnaire and Transition Dyspnea Index scores improved significantly after...

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We conducted a randomised controlled trial to assess the effects of daily breathing pattern changes to stable patients with COPD excluding the confounding factors of inspiratory muscle mobilization, by ensuring the load intensities of two inspiratory training devices were equal.

Sixty patients with COPD were randomised to three groups: resistive-IMT group (T-IMT, 21 patients), threshold-IMT (R-IMT, 19 patients), and a control group (20 patients). Inspiratory load intensity for both methods was set at 60% of maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP), a measure of inspiratory muscle strength, which, along with health-related quality of life (HRQoL), degree of dyspnoea, and exercise capacity, were conducted before and after 8 weeks of daily IMT.

At 8 weeks, there was no significantly difference of MIP between the R- and T-IMT groups (P > 0.05). Chronic Respiratory Disease Questionnaire and Transition Dyspnea Index scores improved significantly after...

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