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Wearable cardioverter defibrillators (WCDs) provide lifesaving defibrillation and are equipped with accelerometers, capable of providing information on patient wear time and physical activity (PA). The purpose of this study was to report on patient PA while wearing a WCD.
International cardiac rehabilitation guidelines recommend that participants meet public health physical activity guidelines. Few studies have objectively measured how much time cardiac rehabilitation participants spend in physical activity and sedentary behaviour, particularly over the long term.
To investigate how changes in physical, social, and cognitive activity levels are associated with the use of the affected upper extremity at different time points during inpatient rehabilitation after stroke.
To report short-term functional outcomes of incident dialysis patients undergoing inpatient rehabilitation within three months of dialysis initiation.
To compare outcomes of inpatient rehabilitation after ventricular assist device (VAD) placement with outcomes for other cardiac diagnoses.
To identify factors associated with exceeding a target inpatient rehabilitation length of stay of 28 days or less for individuals with hip fracture.
Although there is evidence on the efficacy of multi-disciplinary rehabilitation in the case of MS, use of inpatient rehabilitation by patients with MS in Germany is comparatively low. Therefore, it was the aim of this study to determine potential barriers and facilitators of inpatient rehabilitation use as perceived by patients with MS.
To evaluate the impact of a newly acquired Spinal Cord Injury by identifying profiles of psychological adaptation outcomes at discharge from inpatient rehabilitation, using several outcome measures in parallel and to examine biopsychosocial factors associated with profile membership.
This study aimed to evaluate the implementation of a physical activity counseling program in rehabilitation and to study heterogeneity in received counseling and investigate its association with changes in patients' physical activity outcomes. This prospective cohort study was conducted in 18 rehabilitation institutions. Data were collected using surveys completed by professionals (= ±70) and patients ( = 1719). Implementation was evaluated using different process outcomes: reach, dosage, satisfaction...
Physical inactivity is a leading risk factor for global mortality and a contributor to the increase in overweight and obesity. The Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity identified the need for guidance on physical activity, particularly for early childhood (
More than 30% of U.S. adults are obese or overweight. A program of regular physical activity is recommended as part of an effective lifestyle intervention for weight loss and weight management. However, more than 40% of adults do not engage in sufficient physical activity to realize these beneficial effects on body weight. Physicians may encounter many barriers to counseling physical activity, such as lack of knowledge or self-efficacy for counseling patients about physical activity. Obese individuals may b...
To explore the potential effects of incorporating exoskeletal-assisted walking (EAW) into spinal cord injury (SCI) acute inpatient rehabilitation (AIR) on facilitating functional and motor recovery when compared to standard of care AIR.
To validate subgroups of cognitive impairment on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)-defined as Normal (score of 25-30), Mildly Impaired (score of 20-24), and Moderately Impaired (score less than 19)-by determining whether they differ in rehabilitation gain during inpatient stroke rehabilitation.
Self-monitoring using certain types of pedometers and accelerometers has been reported to be effective for promoting and maintaining physical activity (PA). However, the validity of estimating the level of PA or PA energy expenditure (PAEE) for general consumers using wearable devices has not been sufficiently established.
The Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation was born as a radiology journal, and over its century of existence has gone through various names and owners, while shifting its contents from radiology to physical medicine to physical medicine and rehabilitation. These developments are sketched in light of the growth and eventual merger of physical medicine and rehabilitation in the US, and societal historical developments in the US and elsewhere.
In recent decades, the volume of high-tech medical care in the field of orthopedics and traumatology, including endoprosthetic replacement of major joints (MJs) (the hip joint and/or the knee joint) in the lower extremities (LE) (LEMJ), has substantially increased. In this connection, there are an increasing number of patients in need of medical rehabilitation, to solve the problems of which needs the effective physical and rehabilitation medicine (PRM) techniques proven during researches to be introduced i...
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of 2 activity-based motor interventions among female adolescents who are overweight and obese.
Clinical practice for rehabilitation after mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) is variable and guidance on when to initiate physical therapy is lacking. Wearable sensor technology may aid clinical assessment, performance monitoring and exercise adherence, potentially improving rehabilitation outcomes during unsupervised home exercise programs.
Children with probable developmental coordination disorder (pDCD) experience motor problems that negatively influence their self-perceptions and increase the risk to develop overweight due to physical inactivity. Whether overweight in children with pDCD has an additional impact on their self-perceptions is unclear. Insight in this impact would provide vital information for diagnostics and interventions to enhance physical activity in children with pDCD and overweight.
People with stroke are not meeting recommended levels of physical activity. The modifiable factors associated with post-stroke physical activity levels need to be identified to develop targeted interventions.
Recent studies reported that wearable sensor devices show low validity for assessing the amount of energy expenditure in individuals after stroke.
To investigate the influence of physical activity on incidence of knee osteoarthritis (OA) in overweight and obese men and women.
This study aimed to investigate associations of objectively measured and self-reported physical activity (PA) and sedentary behavior with white matter microstructure in children with overweight or obesity.
Obesity is strongly represented in adolescents, showing a high persistency until adulthood. Previous studies displayed short term effects of inpatient rehabilitation, but failed to demonstrate sustainability. Long-term effects might be expected when taking the motivational stage of adolescents into account. However, there is no evidence regarding motivational stages in obese adolescents in German inpatient rehabilitation. The current study investigated psychological measures and the Body-Mass-Index-standard...