Κλινικές Μελέτες

Βρείτε παρακάτω τις κλινικές μελέτες της στατικής ποδηλασίας με υποβοήθηση FES στη βελτίωση πλήθους παραμέτρων.

Μυϊκή μάζα, ενδυνάμωση και αντοχή σε πλήρεις ΚΝΜ

  • Duffell LD et.al. (2008) Long-term intensive electrically stimulated cycling by spinal cord-injured people: effect on muscle properties and their relation to power output. Muscle Nerve, 38(4):1304-11.
  • Janssen TWJ et.al. (1998) Clinical efficacy of electrical stimulation exercise training: effects on health, fitness and function. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 3, 33-49.
  • Mohr T et.al. (1997) Long term adaption to electrically induced cycle training in severe spinal cord injured individuals. Spinal Cord, 35(1):1-16.

 

Πρόληψη μυϊκής ατροφίας σε πλήρεις ΚΝΜ

  • Baldi JC, et.al. (1998) Muscle atrophy is prevented in patients with acute spinal cord injury using functional electrical stimulation. Spinal Cord, 36(7):463-9.
  • Demchak TJ, et.al. (2005) Effects of functional electric stimulation cycle ergometry training on lower limb musculature in acute SCI individuals. J Sports Science Med, 4, 263-271.
  • Sloan KE, et.al. (1994) Musculoskeletal effects on an electrical stimulation induced cycling programme in the spinal injured. Paraplegia, 32(6):407-15.

Οφέλη στο μεταβολισμό σε πλήρεις ΚΝΜ

  • Griffin L, et.al. (2009). Functional electrical stimulation cycling improves body composition, metabolic and neural factors in persons with spinal cord injury. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 19(4):614-22.
  • Berry HR, et.al. (2008) Cardio-respiratory and power adaptations to stimulated cycle training in paraplegia.Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise,
    40(0), 1573-1580.
  • Hettinga DM, Andrews BJ (2008). Oxygen consumption during functional electrical stimulation-assisted exercise in persons with spinal cord injury: implications for fitness and health. Sports Med, 38(10), 825-38.
  • Gerrits HL, et.al. (2001) Peripheral vascular changes after electrically stimulated cycle training in people with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 82(6):832-9.
  • Janssen TWJ et.al. (1998) Clinical efficacy of electrical stimulation exercise training: effects on health, fitness and function. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 3, 33-49.

Μείωση σπαστικότητας σε πλήρεις ΚΝΜ

  • Krause P, et.al. (2008) Changes in spastic muscle tone increase in patients with spinal cord injury using functional electrical stimulation and passive leg movements. Clinical Rehali, 22(7), 627-34.
  • Van der Salm A, et.al. (2006) Comparison of electric stimulation methods for reduction of triceps suraespasticity in spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 87(2):222-8.

Οφέλη σε ΑΕΕ

  • Alon G, et. al. (2010) Intensive training of subjects with chronic hemiparesis on a motorized cycle combined with functional electrical stimulation (FES): a feasibility and safety study. Physiother Res Int. doi: 10.1002/pri.475.
  • Ferrante S, et. al. (2008) Cycling induced by functional electrical stimulation improves the muscular strength and the motor control of individuals with post-acute stroke. Europa Medicophysica-SIMFER 2007 Award Winner. Eur J Phys Rehabil Med, 44(2):159-67.

Οφέλη σε MS

  • Ratchford JN, et. al. (2010). A pilot study of functional electrical stimulation cycling in progressive multiple sclerosis. NeuroRehabilitation, 1;27(2),121-8.
  • Krause, P, et. al. (2007) FES cycling reduces spastic muscle tone in a patient with multiple sclerosis. Neurorehabilitation, 22(4), 335-337.