Intervenção fisioterapêutica sobre a força de preensão manual e capacidade funcional em pacientes pós-COVID-19/ Physiotherapeutic intervention on handgrip strength and functional capacity in post-COVID-19 patients/ Intervención fisioterapéutica sobre la fuerza de agarre manual y capacidad funcional en pacientes post-COVID-19

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Covid-19, Teste de Caminhada, Força da mão, Desempenho físico funcional, Reabilitação

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Objetivo: analisar os efeitos da intervenção fisioterapêutica na força de preensão manual e na capacidade funcional em pacientes pós-COVID-19. Método: estudo de coorte retrospectivo, realizado em prontuários de pacientes pós-COVID-19 atendidos em na clínica escola do curso de fisioterapia na Universidade de Passo Fundo, entre março e novembro de 2021. Valores relacionados a dinamometria manual e ao teste de caminhada de seis minutos (TC6min) foram extraídos antes e após a reabilitação cardiopulmonar. Resultado: foram analisados 16 pacientes, com idade média de 49,81±13,79 anos. Após a intervenção, houve aumento significativo nos valores da dinamometria manual nas mulheres (mão direita p=0,014; mão esquerda p=0,041) e nos homens (mão direita p=0,008; mão esquerda p=0,007), assim como, no TC6min (p=0,033). Houve diferença entre o valor pré-intervenção do TC6min e o valor previsto do TC6min (p=0,006). Esta diferença não foi observada na comparação entre o valor pós-intervenção do TC6min e o valor previsto do TC6min (p=0,073). Conclusão: os participantes apresentam comprometimento da força de preensão manual e da capacidade funcional, sendo que a intervenção fisioterapêutica pode melhorar esses aspectos.

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01/06/2022

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Lubian, T., Wouters Franco Rockenbach, C., & Santos Gomes Jorge, M. (2022). Intervenção fisioterapêutica sobre a força de preensão manual e capacidade funcional em pacientes pós-COVID-19/ Physiotherapeutic intervention on handgrip strength and functional capacity in post-COVID-19 patients/ Intervención fisioterapéutica sobre la fuerza de agarre manual y capacidad funcional en pacientes post-COVID-19. Journal Health NPEPS, 7(1). Recuperado de https://periodicos.unemat.br/index.php/jhnpeps/article/view/6054

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