O efeito do treinamento de vibração do corpo inteiro nos sinais eletromiográficos em pacientes acometido por AVC

Autores

  • Miqueline Pivoto Farias Dias UNIFAL
  • Vanessa de Queiroz dos Santos UNIFAL
  • Ruanito Calixto Junior UNIFAL
  • Beatriz Bertolaccini Martinez UNIVAS
  • Sidney Benedito da Silva UNIVAS
  • Carolina Kosour UNIFAL
  • Luciana Maria dos Reis UNIFAL
  • Andréia Maria Silva Vilela Terra UNIFAL
  • Adriana Teresa Silva Santos 3537011921

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2022.v30.13891

Palavras-chave:

plataforma vibratória, reabilitação, acidente vascular cerebral

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Objetivo. Foi verificar a influência do treinamento vibratório no sinal eletromiográfico dos músculos retofemoral (RF) e tibial anterior (TA) em pacientes com acidente vascular cerebral (AVC). Método. Trata-se de ensaio clínico, com amostra composta por 43 pacientes hemiparéticos com AVC, que foram randomizados em dois grupos: controle (GC, n=19) e intervenção (GI, n=24). Os instrumentos utilizados para avaliação foram o Mini Exame do Estado Mental, a Escala de Avaliação de Fugl-Meyer e a eletromiografia de superfície (EMG) em contração isométrica voluntária máxima (CIVM) dos músculos RF e TA bilateral e simultaneamente. A terapia vibratória de corpo inteiro (TVCI) (plataforma vibratória triplana, frequência de 50 Hz e amplitude de 2 mm) foi utilizada para o tratamento. A aplicação da TVCI foi realizada três vezes por semana durante 8 semanas consecutivas. A análise estatística utilizada foi o teste t independente para comparar as características basais do GC e GI. Foi aplicado o teste de Shapiro-Wilk para verificar a normalidade dos dados e posteriormente o teste de Wilcoxon para comparar os tempos e o teste de Mann-Whitney para comparar os grupos. Resultados: Os resultados mostram que a atividade EMG RMSn não se alterou intragrupo nem intergrupo. Conclusão: O treinamento vibratório não influenciou o sinal EMG dos músculos RF e TA em pacientes com AVC.

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Dias, M. P. F. ., Santos, V. de Q. dos, Junior, R. C. ., Martinez, B. B. ., Silva, S. B. da, Kosour, C. ., … Santos, A. T. S. (2022). O efeito do treinamento de vibração do corpo inteiro nos sinais eletromiográficos em pacientes acometido por AVC. Revista Neurociências, 30, 1–23. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2022.v30.13891

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Recebido: 2022-05-12
Aceito: 2022-09-21
Publicado: 2022-11-01

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