Výsledky pilotního projektu rekondičního tréninku u pacientů s hematologickými malignitami

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Title in English Results of a pilot project: reconditioning training in patients with haematological malignancies
Authors

JANÍKOVÁ Andrea HADRABOVÁ Markéta HRNČIŘÍKOVÁ Iva STEJSKAL Pavel SVOBODOVÁ Zora MALÁ Alexandra DOVRTĚLOVÁ Lenka KAPOUNKOVÁ Kateřina MAYER Jiří

Year of publication 2018
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Transfúze a hematologie dnes
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Sports Studies

Citation
Keywords physical activity; lymphoma; leukaemia; supportive care
Description The survival of patients suffering from haematological malignancies continues to improve. However, many patients in remission feel “ill” and in “poor shape” for a long time after successful treatment, a feeling triggered by decondition. The aim of our project was to verify in practice the feasibility, safety and efficacy of a structured training program.Patients were assessed at three time points: before starting oncological treatment, upon finishing it (in remis- sion) and after follow-up or after an interventional physical training program (IPP; duration of three months, frequency of 3 x weekly, duration of each session 60 minutes). The parameters studied included physical composition, aerobic capacity (maximum oxygen consumption %VO2max/kg), sympathetic-vagal equilibrium (total score) and the muscular strength of the upper limbs (hand grip). These measurements also helped optimise the training load.These results demonstrate the good tolerance, feasibility and efficacy of IPP in patients in remission of their haemato-oncological disease. The disorder of sympathetic-vagal equilibrium appears to be crucial and may be effectively repaired using physical training.
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